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You know the whole "only use 10% of your brain" thing is bullshit, right?
No shit.

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Google Files Additional Project Glass Patents, Visual Augmentation Can See What You Miss



After going through the patent war over Android, Google is now being quick on the uptake with their snatching of patents towards their next big project; Project Glass. Recently, Google has submitted for a patent that allows the glasses to know what you are looking at and then provide neat little nuggets of information about what you’re seeing. Included in the filing is the notion of a light-up frame that would point you in the direction of something interesting. Hopefully you can turn it off otherwise be blinded as you walk around throughout the day.
Google also has some interesting uses for this patent when we are looking at a digital display. The Glasses could see the page you are reading and then fish for more information deeper in the website that you haven’t yet looked at; bringing up the most useful bits of info and showing it to you. All very interesting if it can be pulled off, but Google has the security of this patent down the road if they do get there.
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Google Glass Shows In Another Interview – Gives Us A First Look At TouchPad Navigation

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin paid a little visit to The Gavin Newsom Show this past week, wearing the now famous Google Glass spectacles. During the hour long interview, which airs this Friday on Current TV, Sergey Brin talks about the 3 year long Google Glass project, as well as his new role with the Google X division and his active role with the research and development team. This is also the first time we get a little better idea of how Google Glass is navigated with Sergey directing Newsom to not touch the “pad on the side.” Yup, looks like the specs have a built in touchpad, controlled by gesture swipes.
In a rare event, Sergey was actually generous enough to let someone else try on the spectacles, gracing Mr. Newsom with the rare opportunity test them for himself. Gavin Newsom — who closely resembles an 80′s action villain — questioned the functionality of Google Glass, but just like a doubting Thomas, his eyes were opened after seeing, only for brief moment, the world through Google’s eyes.
Newsom would later say how impressed he was with the image quality of the tiny display, saying that the “image was remarkably clear,” and that the headset was “a heck of a lot further along than people have imagined.”
So just when can we expect the revolutionary glasses to launch? Brin said he had some hopes that Google Glass will debut next year, however minute. You can watch the short clip from the interview below, meanwhile, I’ll be taking a cold shower…
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No shit.

Also, not all homes are made of wood.

What a dumb ass. I hope he's trolling.
I have a feeling he is just that stupid.
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Google's Steve Lee talks about the history and future of Project Glass






Details on Google's Project Glass haven't been the easiest thing to come by since the wearable computing effort was announced earlier this year, but Google execs have been getting a bit more talkative and eager to give demonstrations as of late. You can now add product lead Steve Lee to that list, who's given a fairly wide-ranging interview to Fast Company on the project's origins and its future. Not surprisingly, he confirmed that the early prototypes were a fair bit bulkier -- starting a laptop in a backpack -- and that even the current prototypes are still "very early," although they do handle more than just photos (he gives Maps as one example). Lee does see photo-taking as a "key aspect" to the device, though.
He also cast some doubt on initial reports that the devices would be available this year for between $250 and $600, saying that would be "pretty aggressive timing," but he also noted that he "wouldn't be on this project if it was like a five-year endeavor." As for the future, he says that contact lenses with the technology is a natural evolution but a definite "long-term thing," and that a nearer term goal is to "serve everyone and make this is a universal device," adding that they've "prototyped lots of different form factors to accommodate all those folks." All of that comes just from the first part of a two-part interview, though -- the rest is promised later this week.
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If they even attempt to roll this out in the next 2 years it will be a total flop. We need to move way beyond the 22nm mark. People currently expect far too much from something so small. Smart phones are really not even advanced enough to run a process as complex as this would require to perform "As Advertised", and they're far larger than the pair of glasses shown in these images. Strap a phone to your head, and you're still only halfway there. A high end laptop, ok, now you're getting closer.
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I think more likely these would augment your phone. Use the phone for the processing, communication, storage, etc and use the glasses as an advanced display. Give it a earbud, mic and camera but offload everything else to the phone.
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This is exactly how it will work.
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I think more likely these would augment your phone. Use the phone for the processing, communication, storage, etc and use the glasses as an advanced display. Give it a earbud, mic and camera but offload everything else to the phone.
And not even the most powerful phone today is powerful enough to run somethings like what everyone is imagining. Not today, and not anytime soon. Reality bites, but there's a good dose of it.
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Project Glass trackpad patent now in Google’s pocket




Google’s Project Glass has been one of the most interesting products we have seen in a long time. It is a unique new technology that aims to change the way we interact with our gadgets and the world. But said wearable device has also brought some confusion – Will we control the device by moving our heads? Maybe by talking to it? In both cases, we would look like we are crazy. That is why Google has also integrated a trackpad.Because we do not know when Apple, Microsoft and Oracle will throw the next punch, Google has just acquired a patent for this trackpad technology from the USPTO. The patent describes said touch sensors to be located in the sides, with support for scrolling, tapping, and even configuring settings for left-handed users. These are also said to be transparent for improved peripheral vision.
It is a relief to learn that these will have a direct, manual interaction method. Though the dream of controlling our gadgets via voice and gestures seems fun, some can consider it a gimmick. Hell, many of you consider the whole product a gimmick already. Regardless, you don’t always want to be talking to your glasses.
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Sony patent filing for glasses would share data face to face, carry more than a hint of Project Glass






Google might not realize it, but Project Glass isn't alone in the patent race these days. Sony has quietly applied for a patent on a familiar-looking smart glasses system whose advantage over Mountain View would be an emphasis on things in twos. Eyepieces are the most obvious, but Sony is also keen on sharing data between two friends: transmitters on a pair of glasses would send personal info through a likely very uncomfortable glance at someone else with the same eyewear. If your friends are more than a little weirded out from sharing by staring, the proposed glasses could still pick up information from visual tags on posters, products and virtually anything else. There's even the obligatory connection to a watch for sharing data with the rest of the world. Whether or not the patent leads to Sony head-mounted technology more advanced than a personal 3D TV is still up in the air, especially with Google currently hogging the spotlight... not that existing, more conservative designs have ever stopped Sony from rolling out wild concepts before.
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Deus Ex what?

Edit: This is a pretty intriguing idea, though.
Flying ducks have cell phones and rhinos use cars to ram shit.
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Google Announces Pre-Orders for Project Glass, $1500 and for I/O Attendees Only



What many were hoping for at this year’s I/O was more info and maybe even some hints on availability for Project Glass. Our dreams came true as Sergey Brin ran up on stage and presented us with the highlight of the show. With skydivers, bikers, and wall climbers, Project Glass completely stole our hearts.
As announced by Brin, Google I/O attendees will be able to pre-order Project Glass developer units (non-retail) for a whopping $1500. Once ordered, shipping is to take place next year, so it looks like we regular folks may have a ways still to go until we can also experience “Life Through Glass.” Can we expect that price tag to stick when Glass gets closer to launch or will it go down for the masses? We shall see.
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Gmail chief developer heads to Google’s Project Glass team




Google’s impressive new wearable technology called Project Glass has a lot of people excited. After all the small bits of information we’ve received it’s safe to say I want a pair myself. Today we can confirm the augmented reality Project Glass team has snatched up one of Gmails head community outreach developers. Sarah Price will be going from email, to glasses.


Confirmed over on Google+ Sarah Price will be joining the team at Google Glass to help this new bleeding edge technology grow. She’ll be reaching out to the developercommunity — and those who pre-ordered a pair during Google’s IO 2012 event this year. Google allowed developers attending the event to order their Explorer edition for $1,500 (and we ordered a few.)
While Project Glass isn’t expected to ship until sometime in 2013 — and just to those lucky few — we can expect to see plenty more news on them in the coming weeks and months. The exact role that Google’s given Price isn’t yet known either. With what she’s accomplished with Gmail we have a feeling she’ll be doing great things for Google Glass too. Add in Android’s awesome OS with Google Now and toss them in glasses — I’m drooling already.

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Possible Google Glass details and specs emerge



rom sweet baby story to how cool/scary the future can be, Google Glass has given us geeks – and apparently Google’s CEO himself – things to be excited about. Lucky folks who attended Google I/O 2012 and were given the chance to pre-order the Google Glass Explorer Edition for the princely sum of $1,500 know that the device can take pictures and stream video, but it’s still not clear what else they can look forward to when they open the package come 2013.

Here’s the latest scoop on Google Glass, as shared by a developer that was invited to a recent Google Glass Explorer Hangout session – we’re talking about possible specs and features here. According to said developer, Google Glass will sport specs similar to “a high-end smartphone like Galaxy Nexus,” but minus the cellular radio. This means users will have access to WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and other sensors. While Google Glass should be able to function on its own, we may see more uses if the device is tethered to a phone to access data. Think of it as the equivalent of a smart watch, but one that you wear as glasses.

Google apparently will prepare a cloud syncing APIs for Google Glass to display notification and push data. No other information was given, except that it will be different from what current Android phones and tablets have to offer. Seeing that the device won’t be available for mainstream customers for a couple of more years, Google is still actively seeking inputs from the developer community on any interesting concepts that can be turned into reality.

And as for something that will definitely be welcomed by the community, Google Glass will be an open device. This means it’ll be open season for all tinkerers and tweakers once and when the device hits the market.

Now let’s hear it from our readers; what features do you want to see on Google Glass?
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That is how I envisioned it. As an interface device for our phones, which would still bear the brunt of the processing work and storage. Maybe in the distant future the hardware would allow all of it to be in the side of a pair of shades but right now Id like to have something minimal snuck into my Ray Bans and just have the phone in the pocket at all times.

Its like my car. It connects to the phone and controls it, gives me caller ID, text messages, etc but its all really still being done by the phone and the car is just an interface. That (and more, like google maps) being projected in my shades would be awesome.
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Featured: More Details on Google’s “Project Glass” Emerge



Ever since Google released the video detailing the future that the company envision for the device we’ve been wanting to learn a lot more and then ever since they showed us more at I/O we’ve been practically salivating. It looks like details on the device and it’s interface are slowly starting to make their way into the mainstream press. The Wall Street Journal have had some hands-on time with the device and have been able to see just how Project Glass will work.
As for the hardware itself, Project Glass is said to weigh only a few ounces and to feature two microphones and batteries built right into the frame of the glasses. With such a device it’s clear that voice control is going to be the main form of interaction and it’s in the early stages of implementation right now. For instance, speaking a term like “OK, Glass” will bring up the main menu. This menu will allow the user to access the functions of the device – such as taking a picture, sending a text message or make a phone call. I can imagine that phone calls and text messaging could become the main features of Project Glass thanks to its two microphones. The idea of being able to take a photo at true eye-level is something we’ve not experienced before and as photos – like the one below – from those with access to the glasses show, it makes me some truly amazing photo ops.

When it comes down to it though, the Journal came away from the demo underwhelmed due to the fact that it’s very much in the prototype stages right now – making it very hard to judge how well the device performs. Functions such as making a call and sending a text are said to be very rough at the moment. There’s word of a pre-alpha navigation system as well but, the Journal didn’t have much to say as, again, it’s very much in the development stages.
If anything, learning just a little bit more on Project Glass is nice because, in the next couple of years Project Glass will be everywhere. Those that pre-ordered the development version of the device will be presented theirs at the end of next year. Everyone else will be able to get in on the party come early 2014. I’m sure a great many of you out there are looking forward to seeing what Project Glass has to offer once the software is final. For one, I can see the navigation software to be a real-seller for those looking to get around a busy city with little interaction on their phone. However, I can’t help but thinking is Bluetooth really going to be good enough to transfer all this data reliably? Only time will tell it seems.

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