Google is at it again proving that they are far more than just a search engine. This past week Google sat out to test their newest invention from the same lab that brought you Google glasses comes Project Loon. The purpose of this project is to insure that the World Wide Web is truly just that, [...]
The latest project to come out of the top secret Google X lab ? the same folks who brought us Google Glass ? just launched in New Zealand, and unlike their previous projects, it's totally useful and philanthropic. [ more › ]
Google X, the secretive lab behind projects like Google Glass and Google's self-driving cars, announced its latest project today: balloon-powered Internet access for those areas of the earth where regular terrestrial Internet isn't a good option. Show More Summary
One of 20 searches from behind Glass. (Credit: Screenshot by Eric Mack/CNET) This week Google's Project Glass team released a video demonstrating just how good the augmented reality specs are at what Google does best, search. Much of...Show More Summary
Google X, the mysterious department responsible for experimental projects such as the Google Glass eyewear, has shipped out packages to its Glass Explorer community. The thing is, Glass explorers don't know what's inside. TechCrunch reports that the one pound packages are scheduled to arrive today via UPS for some Glass users. Show More Summary
Evernote CEO Phil Libin is positive that Google Glass, and other computerized glasses, are "going to be huge," he told Charlie Rose in an interview this week. "I'm embarrassed that it's 2013 and I'm wearing glasses not projecting anything into my eyeballs. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, the Italians Do It Better label released the great After Dark 2 compilation, which featured unreleased tracks from dark, vibed-out Johnny Jewel Italo projects like Chromatics, Glass Candy, Mirage, Symmetry, and Desire. It’s the rare compilation that keeps both a signature sound and a consistent level of quality throughout, and [...]
Although Google Glass is still not available to the public, the company’s next project is surely turning a lot of heads. Everyone wants a piece of these eyewear computers and everyone wants to be a part of something truly high-tech. However, small businesses that put a heavy emphasis on SEO for success will have to look at the new device in a different light.
… If you are looking for a stylish modern design to act as focal piece for your home office, you will certainly enjoy the clean lines of Cosimo Desk. The project consists of a central clear glass top with two drawers storage space on each side. Show More Summary
Credits (clockwise from top left): Georgia Institute of Technology; Frank Wojciechowski; Alternative Limb Project; Geoffrey Morrison. It's only a matter of time, really. Google Glass, Epson's Movierio, the Oculus Rift, and similar technologies are at the cutting edge of wearable technologies. Show More Summary
Picture Perfect One of the great things about Glass is that the software automatically updates monthly, so Glass gets better every single month without you having to do a thing. So, with that in mind... here are a couple of highlights from this month’s new hotness on Glass: 1. Show More Summary
At last week’s D11 conference Atheer Labs demoed a project the company dubs a mixture between Google Glass and Leap Motion’s gesture controls. Or as Wired put it, this is what would happen “if you combined the wearability of Google Glass with the gesture-based control of Microsoft Kinect” – a wearable interface you can control with your voice or...
Google Glass wearers will not be able to download and utilize facial tracking apps in the near future. The Project Glass team on Friday announced that Google Glassware, the new name for Google Glass apps, will not feature the ability to easily track the faces of people Google Glass wearers stare at on the streets. [...]Show More Summary
Having facial recognition apps available with Google Glass seems to be a natural fit, but on Friday, the search engine giant took to their Project Glass Google+ page to ax this idea, at least for now. Google said that they will not approve any apps that make use of facial recognition, at least for now. [...]
An ambitious account of avarice through the Looking Glass. Everyone loves a bit of stealth in their games. Unless it's one of those games where it's about as welcome or necessary as the career of Bruno Mars but they cram it in anyway. Show More Summary
Taking into account user feedback, the policy will evolve in the coming weeks and months Writing on its official Project Glass Google+ page, Google explained that because of privacy concerns it will not be approving Glassware (apps for Glass) that take advantage of facial recognition technology. Show More Summary
There has been a lot of buzz in recent months about "Google Glass," a wearable computer with a head-mounted display that is currently in development by Google as part of "Project Glass." The general public's reception of Google Glass has been mixed, with some eagerly awaiting it's arrival and others hating the very idea of it's existence.
If you think Google Glass is creepy, just wait until you hear about the company’s plans to develop “password pills.” AllThingsD reports that Regina Dugan, the former chief of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) andShow More Summary
I would never have the patience to even begin starting a project like this... Great use of that microwave timer, dude. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
After a seemingly eternal wait, Italians Do It Better’s compilation After Dark 2 was finally released digitally earlier this month. Glass Candy, label head Johnny Jewel’s project with the singer Ida… Read more articles like "Video: Glass Candy – “Beautiful Object”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.