Google Updates Glass GDK To Support USB External Webcams

Google Updates Glass GDK To Support USB External Webcams

Google Glass can do some really cool things, and while the every day practical use cases for what it can do may be few and far between for some users, there are some really interesting ways that developers as well as people on the Google Glass team(i.e. Glass engineers)are making use of the Google wearable […]

Experience Google Glass First Hand In Boston On July 26th

Experience Google Glass First Hand In Boston On July 26th

Google has placed one hefty price on their Google Glass device. With a price tag of $1,500, Google Glass’s availability is limited to select cities due to beta testing. So for people who were unlucky and didn’t get their city selected to test out the new product by Google, you’re going to get your chance […]

Google Provides Free Demos of Glass to Woo the General Population

Google has recently sent out emails to potential buyers, allowing them to make an appointment at Google Glass service centres or “Basecamps” as they are better known, to test out Glass. These Basecamps are located in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York and interested customers can bring along a friend as long as they […]

Google’s Head of Google X Leaves For a Future at Amazon

Google’s Head of Google X Leaves For a Future at Amazon

The team behind Google Glass and the contact lens projects at Google has lost and replaced their leader-Babak Parviz. The team known as Google X is now being ran by former chief marketing officer of Art.com, who also worked with designer names like Coach, and Gap, Ivy Ross. In a Google+ post over the weekend, […]

Use Your Mind to Control Google Glass

Use Your Mind to Control Google Glass

“Tap here to send email.” What am I, a caveman? “Look here and blink to take a picture.” Ugh. I’m too lazy to even do that. “Take a picture and post it to Twitter just by thinking about it.” Now, that’s more like it. Google and London-based design agency, This Place, have released the source code via […]

Sniper Users Android-powered Goggles To Take Out  Target At 500 Yards

Sniper Users Android-powered Goggles To Take Out Target At 500 Yards

  TrackingPoint is back at it again, this time with a video demonstration of a sniper using their Android-powered heads-up display goggles to take out a target 500 yards downrange. These are precision Smith Optics I/O Recon goggles running on Android, with TrackingPoint’s ShowView guidance software assisting the shooter with hitting his mark. The video […]

Glass Update XE18.3 Adds Viewfinder, Simplifies Pairing & Adds Recovery Mode

Glass Update XE18.3 Adds Viewfinder, Simplifies Pairing & Adds Recovery Mode

It was easy to be caught up in the excitement of Google I/O on Wednesday and allow the announcement of a Google Glass XE18.3 update slide under the radar…but this is one update that is worth waiting for, even if just for the viewfinder.  Up until now, the Glass wearer wasn’t exactly sure what they […]