The Google Glass
EE 2 now uses USB-C port for charging and is equipped with a better camera.
founder Babak Parviz is believed to be closely involved in the development of the new Amazon Alexa glasses.
Google first introduced Google Glass
back in early 2014, at the time flaunting that the wearable is the future of mobility.
Tom Bruno is the associate director for resource sharing and reserves at Yale University's Sterling Memorial and Bass Libraries and is known as a wearable technology guru, being one of the first people selected to test Google Glass
. The author traces the development of wearables from a miniaturized abacus ring centuries ago in China to the first digital watches to virtual reality devices of the near future that may augment reality or be totally immersive.
The new upcoming version of Google Glass
is more targeted to the enterprise sector, and it also offers tremendous opportunities for healthcare companies to deliver applications to doctors and healthcare workers that let them provide levels of care that you couldn't do without this technology.
is part of a growing trend of wearable technology that's opening new doors of accessibility and independent living for people with disabilities.
As the initial hype died down, Google Glass
, along with the entire project, started being swamped by less-than-flattering reviews.
has made the decision not to include facial recognition in the Google Glass
device, even though the glasses could have those capabilities.
Featuring a fabric-coated hard case insert perfectly fit to keep your Google Glass
in place, polyester mesh exterior casing that's durable enough to handle your day-to-day activity, yet feels light and comfortable in your hands, interior side pocket to hold your Android/ iOS device, accessory compartments for your charger and cables, and much more.
Captain Saadi Hassan Ahmad Jasem, Director of the Quality Assurance Office at the General Department of Smart Services, had earlier said that Dubai Police were the first government entity in the UAE to use Google Glass
Workers in customer service will use Google Glass
technology to help answer passengers' questions.