Thursday, April 5, 2012
Looks like Google finally admitted being working on a next-gen man-machine interface using digital glasses, called Project Glass. The glasses Google intends to create are nothing like the bulky and heavy digital glasses we're used to see. Instead, they're quite unobtrusive and small enough to go mostly unnoticed in everyday use.
Will this project end up being a major breakthrough in the way we interact with our computers and smartphones, and finally put augmented reality tech to use in something we can use on our daily lives?
Maybe a couple of years from now we'll be looking back and laughing about the time people used to argue about the ideal screen size for portable devices and tablets...
Let's hope so!