Google Glass is a type of wearable technology with an optical head-mounted display. Google Glass is a camera, display, touchpad, battery and microphone built into spectacle frames so that a display is perched in the wearer’s field of vision, allowing him to film, take pictures, search, and translate on the go.
The product uses display technology to put information in the upper right corner of view, courtesy of a prism screen, without obstructing vision. Data is controlled with a microphone and touchpad on one arm of the frame so that users can select what to do with a brief gesture or by talking to the device. The device syncs to Google Drive, and Bluetooth and WiFi are built in.
Google Glass was launched in February 2013.
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