Google introduced a revolutionary ground-breaking device, erasing the boundaries between real and augmented reality and designed to help users save time.
Despite the fact that the points from Google looks like a device from a science fiction movie, it's not a joke out of those, what the technology giant misled users on April 1. The initiative, called Project Glass Google demonstrates how high-tech goggles can be used in everyday urban life.
This - the first step towards Google's "nosibelnyh computers." Points are equipped with clear lenses, which instantly displays any information requested by the user - from the weather forecast and maps to the text messages. For example, passing by a wall with graffiti, the owner of such points can be seen in these pictures, which makes it so that later, still on the run, to share these images with your friends on social networks Google +. Points can not only send and receive messages using voice commands, but also shoot video.
For the development of navigation software for the points corresponds to Steve Lee, who had previously participated in the creation of service "Locator". Among the founders of the prototype contact lens augmented reality is Babak Parviz.
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Google has demonstrated a new development - the "augmented reality goggles» Project Glass. Photos and short video explaining the concept of the project Project Glass, were posted on April 5 at the social networking site Google +.
"Points of augmented reality" do not have glasses. The device is a ring, which is retained on the head with the bindings from the nose and temples. Photo from the site: https://plus.google.com
The new device will become an integral part of life in the near future: it can be to be not only easy to make video calls, and send messages, take pictures and videos, schedule meetings, check the weather, get directions and more. Photo from the site: https :/ / plus.google.com
Laboratory of the company - a division of Google X - invites all to share their feedback and suggestions on the prototype points on the page in the Project Glass Plus Google .