On April 4, 2012 Google announced Project Glass, and shocked the world. When Google first surfaced years ago they arrived on the scene as one of the most innovative companies in the world. Sure, they were a search engine and they were good at it, but what everyone loved so much about Google was their passion for innovation, something they seemed to have lost lately.
Project Glass brings a fresh new approach new wireless browsing, what a lot of people are called cloud computing. We recently talked about Koss revealing the world’s first WiFi Headphones and it looks like Google is taking a page from the same book.
What Exactly Is Project Glass?
Project Glass is Google’s latest innovation on what they’re labeling as “augmented reality head mounted display”. Yes, that’s definitely a mouth full.
Essentially these are glasses (with small headphones attached) that allow you to view the world as if looking through a computer screen from anywhere a wireless connection is available, which nowadays is pretty much anywhere.
When Will Project Glass Be Available?
While Project Glass hasn’t been given a release date or even a confirmation that the glasses will come to fruition, if they do, they may just replace workout headphones in the future.
Below you’ll find that Google used to release information on Project Glass and it’s well worth a look.