Thursday, April 18, 2013

Google Glass, erm, specs and API released


The Register reports: [edited]

The 'Google Glass Explorer Edition' (for those who pre-paid $1,500 for it last year) is rolling off the production line, and an application programming interface (API) guide and management software for the headgear is available.

Each set comes with a 16:9 640x360 pixel screen over the right eye that Google says will look the same as a 25-inch high screen seen from eight feet away. It has 16GB of flash (12 usable), a five megapixel camera capable of 720p video, Bluetooth and 802.11b/g Wi-Fi. Sound is transmitted via bone conductivity from the arms of the headset.

Google estimates that the glasses will have a day's battery life (each set comes with a MicroUSB charger), although it warns that Google Hangouts and video recording can cause a big drain.
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2 comments:

Big Bad Pete said...

How long before some idiot connects up a satnav to one of these devices???

brett jordan said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2281707/Google-glasses-First-glimpse-interactive-Project-Glass-work.html

 
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