Google is pulling back the curtain a bit more on Google Glass, the high-tech spectacles with an eye-mounted display for accessing the Internet.
We already know about the main features of Google Glass. It can take pictures and video, search the web, access Google Now, conduct a video chat, translate speech, give directions and send messages. Third-party apps will extend Glass’ usefulness.
Now, we’re getting a more complete picture. With the first “Explorer” units shipping to early adopters in May, Google has announced tech specs and developer guidelines, and has answered some frequently asked questions about Glass on its website. Here are several new revelations about Google’s wearable tech:
The (Tech) Specs Are Okay
On the inside, Google Glass is kind of like a mid-range smartphone. We don’t know what processor it’s packing, but it has a 5-megapixel camera, 720p video capture and 16 GB of storage (of…
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