Monday, 21 April 2014

6 Ways Google Glass Will Screw Up Your Life

Google Glass is poised to revolutionize the way we share our lives. You won't be uploading your vacation photos from last week — you'll be live streaming that hike up to Macchu Picchu. Your epic adventures will make you a hero to your friends.

Google, Google Glass

Google Glass, a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, has gone on sale to early adopters at a cost of $1,500.

For every hot air balloon ride that you're excited to share live, there will also be moments when you'll wish that you'd been offline. We're predicting a few of them.

The Embarrassing Search

You share something funny that you see on the subway and then forget to turn off Glass when you start searching about that issue that popped up after that Saturday night hookup.

The Solo Pig-Out

You have a nice chat with that girl you've been seeing for the past month and then broadcast evidence that you've been sucking back linguini for the past three hours.

Applications and Uses

Google claims Glass offers many functions including mapping, recording photos and videos (with ability to stream live video of what you are looking at). internet searching, and language translation -- all operated by voice command.

Much more in the full article here.