Google co-founder Sergey Brin showed off a demo of the Google Glasses at Google I/O. He announced that Google was taking pre-orders for the Google Glasses Explorer Edition for $1,500 arriving in 2013, which was only meant for Google I/O attendees. (more…)Google+
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Oakley is developing wearable technology similar to Google’s Project Glass, which was unveiled last week. Bloomberg which originally reported this story quotes Oakley CEO, Colin Baden, from an interview where he says that Oakley will make comparable hardware to Google’s Project Glass. (more…)Google+
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A better photograph of Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, sporting the Project Glass prototype has emerged, courtesy of photographer and blogger, Thomas Hawk. Brin is seen wearing a glassless frame at a charity dinner with the prototype attached to its right stem.The glass is thicker than the PR images from Thursday, though it seems that it just houses an LCD display. A camera (or what seems to be one) can be spotted on the right of the glass. To be frank, the entire assembly reminds me of those Oakley glasses f...
Barely a day after announcing Project Glass, Google co-founder Sergey Brin was spotted wearing a prototype at a charity dinner last night in San Fransisco. Incidentally, the dinner was organized to raise money to find cures for blindness and attendees were to eat in the dark. (more…)Google+
This didn’t take long. Barely hours after Google unveiled Project Glass, its futuristic concept of Android powered wearable glasses that pair with your smartphone, we have the first parody video of how it would fail if applied in real life!Yes, it would be super cool to have some of the features demoed in Google’s concept video (watch it here), we somewhat tend to agree with this parody video. Will it stop Google from tinkering with its idea? We don’t think so. Hit the break to watch the par...