Report: Project Glass won’t be as robust as promo video shows | Tech NEWS

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All of the cool things Google showed in its initial Project Glass promo video may not be what we get in final product form. The “terminator style overlay,” as CNet puts it, won’t be present in the first batches of the product. They report that bits of info will only be displayed just above your level field of view on the right side. That would solve the “walking into a deathtrap” scenario that persons initially feared, but it makes it sound as if Google Goggles will be a multiple less cool than initially imagined.

Of course, the project is still in prototype stages so we can’t be for sure that this will end up being the case once it hits store shelves. We saw that gestures worked at a basic level, nevertheless, as engineer Sebastion Thrun demonstrated an talent to take a picture and upload it to Google+ with nothing but head movement.

It’s not appropriate to pass anything off with 100% certainty at this point, but CNet indicated that whatever they saw would appear to be whatever we’ll get once it’s all said and done. We won’t know until it’s out, though, so don’t fret too much if you grew attached to that initial vision. Watch that initial vision in the YouTube embed above.


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