Google Glass is a smart glasses that can record, take pictures with voice commands and uploaded to social media.
Google Glass has not been released officially, but on the other hand there was an order that prohibits a person using Google Glass.
The case comes at a restaurant in the United States called The Point 5 Caf, issued regulations prohibiting visitors using Google Glass.
The manager of the restaurant to ban breach of privacy related issues that may arise.
“First you have to understand the culture, Point 5 is a place visited by ordinary people to possibly famous. People want to go out there and sometimes do not want to know., And definitely do not want secretly filmed or recorded and uploaded directly the Internet, “said Dave Meinert, owner of The Point 5 Cafe.
“You might think this is a ridiculous rule. I reiterate this is a serious, because we did not want to let people recording movies or taking unwanted photos, “he added.
On the other hand in an interview, Google Glass for release soon, Product Director of Google Glass, Steve Lee said Google Glass launched in late 2013.
Google also has presented a pre-order for the developer in the event Google I / O at a price of USD 1,500.
Google will sell Google Glass below the price of USD 1,500 for prospective buyers of their products once marketed widely.
Google Glass will be able to connect to Android phones and iPhone via Bluetooth. These glasses can receive voice commands from the user to perform a number of tasks and displays the information in the heads up display (HUD) property.
With Google Glass, doing nothing would be easier. This is the message conveyed in the video demo of Google’s latest augmented reality glasses are made by them.
Glasses is having heads up display (HUD) that can work with voice command (voice command). Before you activate, the user must utter the phrase ‘OK Glass’.
Well, these words will unlock a certain number of key functions. From start to sound-based image search, the ability to record video pictures of objects.
Fun, because Google’s Glass is a hands free device, so he does not need a helping hand to perform an assortment of tasks. Just stay saying ‘take a picture’, then these glasses will take pictures for you.
Similarly, when I want to do video recording. These looks from the user’s perspective:
Users can also quickly send photos and videos to their friends via online sharing.
A senior developer advocate at Google for Glass Project named Timothy Jordan, presenting a demonstration of the goggles and also shows a number of supporting applications.
Jordan shows how devices such as eye movement control to activate the screen and head movements to perform in a variety of screen scroll. As well as showcasing the sophistication of glasses, it also shows a number of sample applications that users can use Google Glass.
Jordan shows an example application from Google that contains the news headlines and photos from the popular New York Times news article. In addition, it also shows the email application and an integration path for easier navigation and control through eye movements for reading and writing content updates.
To make Google more attractive Glass, Jordan gave some feedback to the developers who are interested in making an application. “Because the glasses mounted on the face of the user, the developer must be careful to keep the application in a timely and simple,” the message.
Developers, said Jordan, also should avoid users with give updates and information that is not necessary. “It should be transparent and provide functionality that users expect. You should avoid anything that will make them angry,” said Jordan.
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