Welcome to Google’s augmented reality future. It’s Google Glass.
Want to see how Google Glass actually feels? Have a look first:
So, Google Finally Showed Off Google Glass UI. The video above shows Google Glass’ UI in “How It Feels”
Google’s video provides substantially more detail about the headset’s functionality, and a more accurate depiction of how it will actually look. Google Glass will allow users to receive and execute onscreen directions, send voice-controlled messages, and search the web through speech.
Google Glass will have following features:
- It’s surprisingly simple.
- Say “take a picture” to take a picture.
- Record what you see. Hands-free.
- Even share what you see. Live.
- Speak to send a message.
- Ask whatever’s on your mind.
- Translate your voice.
- Answers without having to ask.
So, excitement has been building around the project ever since Google first announced it last summer.
Wanna use it?
Google is inviting people to apply for its Google Glass Explorers program.
How to apply
Google is looking for bold, creative individuals who want to be a part of shaping the future of Glass.
Using Google+ or Twitter, tell Google what you would do if you had Glass, starting with the hashtag #ifihadglass.
- Your application must be 50 words or less
- You must include #ifihadglass in your application
- You can include up to 5 photos with your application
- You can include a short video (15 secs max)
- Be sure to follow us on Google+ (+ProjectGlass) or Twitter (@projectglass) so that we can contact you directly
- You must be at least 18 years old and live in the U.S. to apply
- For more details, please see its full Terms and FAQ