Google Glass users also have a Field Trip app available.
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Google to release its popular Glass device into the wild at the end of the year, as many have been hoping. Sources are now saying that the search giant is planning to make the wearable computer available to consumers in 2014, probably at Google I/O.
Google Glass apps at this point. The use cases appear to vary widely and we have seen everything from using them in surgery to controlling your home thermostat. That being said, it looks like this latest is a bit more practical for everyday use. This one is called Crystal Shopper and has recently been shown as part of the Breaking Glass Glassware hackathon.
improve the lives of physically impaired people. Now Mutualink will be demonstrating how the same device could be used to help save lives.
came out and people have already torn it apart to search for hidden treasures and clues of things yet to come. The hunt seems to have been fruitful, revealing that Google's Hangout Chats might just be around the corner.
Google Glass helps her regain some confidence.
Moto X and while we have yet to see what the public reaction will be once the handset comes available, it is looking like Motorola may have the opportunity to help Google produce some other hardware. The details are coming by way of a recent report in The Wall Street Journal and are pointing towards Motorola helping produce Google Glass.
Google Glass, but it seems to safe to think that we have yet to see them live up to what they are truly capable of doing. That true capability can be a variety of things and will likely vary from person to person. But with that in mind, the folks at OpenGlass have recently shown what Google Glass can mean for the visually impaired.