The new news comes from Google founder, Sergey Brin who reveals one of the features of Google Project Glass on his followers via email. Quoted from a post that is shared on the followers of the Project Glass on Google+, Brin said that he tried a new feature that will take pictures every 10 seconds automatically. She also said that he used it for driving in Montana, and the device will send all of his image into a Google+ account via instant upload.
She chose the best one according to which photo captures the beauty of the scenery in Montana. Photo only has a resolution of 512 x 384, less than one megapixel. Yet perhaps it is not an indication of Google’s capabilities Glass Project itself. It could be that this is an aspect of the auto-photo mode, using a lower resolution so it does not bother storage. Here is the picture:
In the message, she also emphasized that Project Glass allows it to take photos as the car drove by without interruption. He also spoke about the vision of Project Glass, “Glass Project We started with the belief that by bringing the technology closer, we could get a better road. Whether you’re exploring a city, hiking in the woods or playing with your kids, Project Glass allows you to enjoy and share life’s moments without being tied down and troubled by the technology.”
It seems that only the participants Google I/O to sign up for Google Project Glass receiving email. On Google+ posts, she encouraged his followers to leave a comment and provide feedback on the project. He also promised that Google has some great stuff that will attend the next few months.
Although previously rumored that the Google Project Glass will begin to be released before the end of 2012, Brin himself has said the device will be ready to be released in 2014. Developers who are interested in receiving one of the prototypes are asked to commit to paying $1,500.Gadget, News