Google Glass – Explorer Edition
Google glass is an augmented reality wearable computer with a Head Mounted Display (HMD) that has been developed by Google in the project, ‘Glass’. Google is still working on the development of this project to make it practically usable.
What is a Google Glass?
Google Glass represents an idea that the Internet and Computers shall be accessible anywhere, at any time without having to use one’s hand. Google Glass is a glass with a smartphone in it. It brings the world of Internet and world we live in, together. It is a revolutionary new product made by Google. Google Glass has a microphone, camera, and a screen. How can one fit all these into a frame of glasses? Google is amazing. Google Glass’ power is equivalent to a smartphone.
The Glass project was started about five years ago by an engineer named “Babak Parviz”. It is now being developed by “Google X Lab”. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like format hands-free. It can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Google glass uses Google’s Android Operating System.
The Explorer Edition of Google Glass:
The Operating System in Google Glass is Android 4.0.4 and higher. The power is supplied from Lithium Polymer Battery (2.1 Watts). The CPU is OPAM 4430 SoC, dual-core. The storage capacity is 16GB flash total in which 12GB is the usable memory. It has 1GB RAM. The display is a 640×360 resolution with a Prism Projector. Input can be done through voice commands by using the Microphone. The quality of the camera gives us 5MP photos and 720p videos. You can connect it with various connectivity modes such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Micro USD. It weighs almost 0.11 pound, as is a very user-friendly device. The access to the features is fast and smooth. A new trend for fashion lovers being an innovative technology. It is extremely stylish and is available in Orange, Lime Blue, Black, White and Grey colours. You can own a pair of Google Glasses if you have $1500 to experience the market pinnacle of technology.