Google unveils Google Glass Explorer Edition at I/O Video
Google unveils Google Glass Explorer Edition at I/O Video Transcript
And that's why today I'd like to announce. -- Google glass. Explorer edition. The devices W is very cool glass prototypes and has a display sites and see resumed -- -- right now images are video. It has the -- -- to capture. Pictures. Nvidia also -- the processor I think powerful processor to process information but a lot of memory to store information. In order to interact with the rise you have a touch by the besides. I've -- some of them but there's so much -- with a picture -- you right now is it -- did. We have Bob microphones so -- collect all your information. He also have a small -- I can receive audio information and the device also has a number of sensors so you have gyroscopes. Accident -- and Comcast. So it's a rare office location of the spectrum whereby the and is also a matter of this notation in the -- -- job physical. War. And lastly and importantly. It has multiple radios for data communication. So we created last phone that you can interact with -- -- -- -- out with ops distracting you from the real world. And one clear example of this is that we decided to actually position the display a bumpy -- And classed as a whole is designed to be close to your son says I'm not blocking. And this picture -- so clearly how we don't want technology to get -- life. The big -- looks into the modify. They can act and while doing that she can capture this beautiful moment without distraction. And when there. The family or friends. We want to empower people to use technology. Not so. I'm sure many -- -- not just like myself or parents. And many many times you -- and wish that all I wish I had a camera with me right not to -- this unique moment of my family. When you have glass you can actually be. Captured those moments and how those memories wherever record it for you this is -- important shouldn't.
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