- Sat, 06/02/2012 - 23:07
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Google co-founder Sergey Brin met with California’s Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom to demonstrate off his firm's newest growth on its Project Glass, even allowing the LG try on the item himself.
The government official, who also happens to coordinator his own name display on Present TV, discovered that the Google glass (there is just one, not two as formerly reported) comes with a touch pad, which seems to be as a big slice of nasty on the right part. Images shown on the little translucent display can be navigated using the track pad.
This new bit of details contributes to Google Glass’ increasing list of features: a 3-megapixel photographic camera with HD videos ability (no sound producing operate though), a shutter on the right part of the sunglasses to capture images, and movement-based orders (i.e. nodding the go to discuss images to Google+). The cup rests just above the eye itself, so it would not restrict your perspective.
Brin also unveiled that they wish to “get it out sometime next season,” speeding all opportunities that we will get to see this device within the season.