Google gadgetry to break out with cyborg-style eye glasses with Internet access and a video camera
Only up until now, has Google’s secret project to share Google Glasses with the masses has surfaced publicly.
Its code name? “Project X,” and is on pace to manifest a futuristic concept once only articulated in fictional fantasy novels and cartoons: Google Glasses — the next step to merging humanity with technology.
Indeed, this is more than just a “rumour.”
Calls can be made and users can download applications to improve usage.
Its silhouette will capture the blueprint the likes of a rugged-styled Oakley Thump.
Yes, its functionality offers more than style and show; Google goggles’ built-in small screen will most definitely not interfere with user vision.
Its low-resolution camera will have a built-in flash, making it easy for users to snap photos as well as retrieve information from surrounding buildings and scenery.
Sources have also stated that a simple tilt of the head can give the user the power to scroll up and down screen.
The price? Between $250 – $600 USD with an official release date later this year.