A long-rumored Google project, the Project Glass augmented reality glasses were unveiled today by Google on a new Google+ page. The project is specifically from the Google X, the company's "secret lab" focused on long-term projects.
Google has released an update on their augmented reality technology, Project Glass. According to the developers, they want to create a technology that should work for you, "to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don't .
After weeks of speculation and rumors, Google has officially pulled back the curtain on what they have come to call Project Glass — a pair of augmented reality glasses that seek to provide users real-time information right in front of their eyes.
If you think people who rock Bluetooth headsets are funny or annoying, wait til you see Google's augmented reality project. While Project Glass is currently nothing more than a series of mock-ups and a concept video, we know that Google has ...
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