The Google Developers conference has kicked off in style and some exciting things have come out of it already on the first day of the three-day developer conference in San Francisco.
Google is expected to roll out a consumer version of Project Glass which can live-stream images and audio and perform computing tasks in less than two years, no update on the price front, though they have said that the price will be significant lower than $1500, said Sergey Brin.
Brin has been seen wearing Project Glass, which is supposedly the TESTING phase of Project Glass, he showed it off providing the most in-depth public look at the futuristic technology since Google first announced the project in April 2012
In a high-octane demonstration of the technology, several skydivers wearing the glasses jumped out of an airship and landed on the roof of San Francisco’s Moscone Center, sharing a live video of the stunt with the crowd. There have been several videos floating around the internet with Project Glass recording but this has to be the most EPIC of them all.
The glasses, which weigh less than some sunglasses, contain a wireless networking chip and essentially all the other technology found inside a typical smartphone – save for a cellular network radio – Google executives said.
Nothing on the advertising front on Project Glass as yet though.
The DNetWorks Team