How does Google glass work? What did they use to make the device so high tech?

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  • 4 years ago
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    Google Glass is Google's wearable computer that a person wears like a regular pair of prescription glasses. Google Glass is best described as an evolution of the smartphone — a way to freely access data without needing to look at a handheld device. A "heads-up display" suspended slightly above your eye places data right in your field.

    The technology was designed to be as convenient as possible, allowing you to see the projected screen without it blocking your vision. It was intended to give you all of the benefits of a smartphone, without the need to hold the device up where you can see it. Google Glass allows you to browse the Internet, obtain directions to locations, send text messages, take pictures and more, all from a simple and compact device.

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    4 years ago


    • Dashawn4 years agoReport

      What does that mean? ://

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