Is bone conduction how you'll take a phone call with Google Glass? It could happen.
Laser-projected keyboards have been around forever. But laser keyboards projected onto the palm of your hand from Google's Project Glass? That's new.
Earlier this week we gave you a look at the debut of Google Glass on the fashion runway. Today, Google posted the very first short film shot with the device, and the results are far more impressive than expected.
So far the only look at Google Glass most of us have had is through the company's Google+ page, and via the Google I/O conference. But Google took a giant step toward mainstreaming the device this weekend by allowing it to become a part of New York Fashion Week.
What's it feel like to leap out a helicopter and land on the roof of the Moscone Center in San Francisco for Google's I/O conference? Google just released a video of a practice jump showing skydivers fully loaded with Project Glass glasses falling out of the sky.
After showing some incredible footage from a few pros leaping out of a plane, parachuting onto a roof and then biking over to the Google I/O conference, Google co-founder Sergey Brin took to the stage to drop some shell-shocking news on Project Glass's pricing and availability.
Boy, is Google milking details for its Project Glass little by little. Google co-founder Sergey Brin showed off Project Glass to California's Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, sharing some new details on the eyewear while letting him try it on for himself.
You've seen Google's bosses wear Project Glass and maybe a blurry photo or two. What can its camera do, then? Google's just released a video filmed from a real Glass camera along with some first-person perspective photos.
Google X boss Sebastian Thrun revealed on Charlie Rose that sharing a photo from Project Glass to Google+ was as easy as a nod, but a new Google patent suggests that the AR glasses could be controlled with the fingers.
After weeks of hype, teasing and a few public appearances here and there, Google's finally come clean on just how much augmentation its Project Glass HUD glasses will provide. The truth: Project Glass is going to disappoint (initially).