The very latest smartphones, tablets and touch enabled laptops may be exciting products, however for a nifty look in to the future of consumer electronics one only has to look up Google’s Project Glass.
Project Glass is an ambitious development program which aims to produce a fully functional augmented reality head mounted display, with key features of the product to include the ability to interact with content and media on the internet through voice commands. Android will be the operating system running on these glasses upon release, and rumors suggest they will include a small screen in front of your eye and will have motion sensors, GPS and either 3G or 4G data connectivity.
Project Glass has for the most part been received extremely positively within the technology industry and also business. One extremely useful implementation of these glasses could be within the medical field, where Google Glasses could display notifications to a doctor regarding critical information surrounding patients instantly.
Of course, there are a varied amount of circumstances where Project Glass is deemed as an extremely exciting development across the consumer and professional technology world. Project Glass is tipped for a 2013 release date, however prior to this latest tip, the end of 2012 was rumored to be on the cards. Either way, Project Glass is an extremely exciting development program, and one thing is for certain; it will be here, eventually.
With the above in mind we have an amazing and exclusive infographic for you guys to hit up below (click for super large version) courtesy of Optical Express entitled ”Project Glass, a Look into the Future”. So, what does the future hold for Project Glass? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.
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