Google fellow, founder of Project X and self-driving car pioneer Sebastian Thrun became the latest to publicly rock a Project Glass prototype (after company co-founder Sergey Brin) on a recent episode of Charlie Rose, and managed to show off a whole new side of the project in the process. While the 19-minute interview was mostly unremarkable product-wise with a focus on higher education and his Udacity project, we did get to see him take a picture of the host (about a minute in) by tapping it, then posting it on Google+ by nodding twice.
Clad in black t-shirt and black pants, Google cofounder Sergey Brin made a surprise onstage appearance at TED for a quick, shambling, funny talk about his Project Glass, the eyewear computer-camera that every early-adopter nerd want... Read Post
Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder and head of the Google Glass project, explained the project's genesis. Read Post
Sebastian Thrun of Google says that the company’s Project Glass glasses are best doing what a smartphone does but in a hands-free way. The company executive, who works on Project Glass at Google X Labs, wore a prototype of the now-f... Read Post