What is Google Glass? How Does Google Eye Wear work?

Laser Eye Surgery and Google GlassIt  has been touted as the future of computing, the next revolution in technology, and also been banned from many establishments before it even goes on sale.
However, until now, it has not been clear exactly how Google Glass, the search giant’s eye wear, actually works.

Luckily, a designer has taken it upon himself to create an info-graphic showing exactly how Google manages to project an image into a user’s view.

Google Glass combines numerous functions and features in a very small unit. In addition to phone and camera (photo, video), it offers Internet connection, including GPS.

How Google Glass worksThe core feature of Google Glass is a visual layer that is placed over the reality (‘augmented reality’).
This layer opens a door to amazing new possibilities.

The Google Glass contains a mini-projector, which projected the layer via a clever, semi-transparent prism directly on the retina in the eye.
Because of this the image, even though it is so close to the eye, is sharp and clear.
You can move the front part of the Google Glass easily to optimize the focus.

Those wearing glasses with prescription lenses may struggle.
The biggest challenge for Google will now be to make the Google Glass also usable for people with normal glasses (to compensate for a low vision).

Article Source: Dailymail.co.uk

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