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  • 5th September 2017

Google Glass: Visionary Concept is back again

Google Glass: Visionary Concept is back again

Five years ago, Google Glass was developed by Google X.  It is a wearable technology with an optical head-mounted display that runs on an Android operating system. 

After wearing glass, users can communicate with the internet via natural language voice commands. Google Glass was a great idea but due to bad market strategy, and some other issues, somehow it got flopped “Glassholes” was the term, described for Google Glass adopters because of its creepy nature. 

While wearing a Google Glass, people feel more like the toy rather than the high-end technology and believed why to spend money on this rather than the new computer, phone or other technology.   

One more reason for its failure was Google missed to target the correct audience for their product.But “The journey doesn’t end here” stated by Tony Fadell, head of Google’s Nest. According to The New York Times, http://bgr.com/2015/06/27/google-glass-epic-fail-what-happened/  Fadell will redesign the product from scratch” and will not release until it’s finished.   

Google has decided to update Google Glass and will launch its new version. So now Google Glass is back with and fully customized for those applications, with GEE (Glass Enterprise Edition). 
Newly, Glass EE upgrading its features like:  

  • 1. Updating camera module, a resolution will be more from 5 to 8 megapixels. 
  • 2. It Will have longer battery life than before.
  • 3. Better processor and More Lightweight than before.
  • 4. Increasing Wi-Fi speed and an indicator for video recording.
  • 5. As Glass EE module is decoupled entirely from integrated frames, as a result it is capable of working with all types of eyewear.
  • 6. Easily detachable, so it will best for enterprises use including industrial safety glasses.  

Conclusion: Moreover, there many other technology companies that are researching deeply on this concept. So it goes without saying that Google may face some stiff competition.

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