Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Google released demo video of Glass Experience showing How it feels

Google knows that the people are confused that how Google Glass will work, as it's quite unimaginable for a little wearable gadget having functionality, as shown in promos, events and blog posts. So, the mountain view based Giant has uploaded a User Experience video on it's YouTube channel, to explain the users that how the Glass works. The video has name "How it feels [Through Glass]".

Glass is a never happened before kind of experience to explore the world. The video highlights the features of Glass such as voice typing and commands, you need to say ok glass and it'll start responding. Glass is also able to do hangouts, capture photos, shoot videos, help you navigate your way, provide you weather info, and even sharing in circles. 

Google has previously said it is aiming to launch Glass by early 2014, though the company is already pushing out developer editions, priced at $1,500.  Google Glass isn’t ready for mass consumption. It will be released when it’s ready and until then users have to enjoy the demo videos. 

"We're still in the early stages and, while we can't promise everything will be perfect, we can promise it will be exciting. We're looking for bold, creative individuals who want to join us and be a part of shaping the future of Glass," Google said.

[Google Glass: First demo video]

[How it feels (through Glass)]

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