how many times have you missed out great moments because you feel a drag to pull out your mobile to take a shot or two? personally, i have one too many of such experiences. the about-to-realize Google Glass will ensure that will never happen again. with the Google Glass on, all you need is your voice command to do a bunch every day stuff such as capturing stills and videos, share those captured moments instantly, get directions to wherever you wanted to go, send voice messages, get airport information, get answers to whatever questions in had in mind, and even execute some language translations. the Glass is like a personal assistant that never leave your side and since it is born out of the Mountain View giant’s research lab, you can be sure that form and functionality won’t live without each other. it has a sleek, minimalist design with a futuristic pint size display and camera integrated to it that makes the magic happens. it is truly amazing.
the concept of video eyewear has come a long way, but for the first time, it will not look dog ugly, or cause any awkwardness and it most certainly won’t make you look like X-Men’s Cyclops wannabe. if you are ready for the Google Glass, the search giant is ready to welcome you to experience the Glass first hand. all you have to do is to apply via Google+ or Twitter, detailing what you would do if you had the Glass in 50 words or less and be prepared to shell out $1,500 to pre-order this wonderful invention and also get ready yourself to be in New York, San Francisco or L.A. for a special pick-up experience – that’s if you are lucky enough to be shortlisted. we suspect there will be loads of folks with this amount of cash to spare, and so we anticipated the shortlisting as Google has specifically said that they are “starting off a bit smaller.” learn more on how you can be one of the first to experience the Google Glass HERE.
PS: we have shared a video ‘How it feels [through Glass]’ video by Google yesterday on our Facebook page but in case you missed it, you can catch it in the embedded video below.