it was really thrilling to see such a thing, long time a go i was chatting with my wife and we kind of agreed that its about time to have something like this. (we were influenced by minority report film ).
Google has taken the wraps off its long-rumored augmented reality glasses project, officially dubbed “Project Glass.”
A concept video, titled “One day..( below) shows how Google’s glasses might work. In the video, the user performs tasks commonly handled by smartphones, such as scheduling meetings, taking pictures, checking the weather, getting directions, and placing a video call. The information simply hovers in the user’s field of view, and the interface is controlled by voice or other inputs.
According to Wired, at least a couple of experts say the technology Google is showing off can’t possibly deliver what the concept video depicted.
And according to Pranav Mistry, an MIT Media Lab researcher and one of the inventors of a wearable computing system called SixthSense, “The small screen seen in the photos cannot give the experience the video is showing.”
He also said that even if Google was able to overcome technical barriers, you shouldn’t expect to see real AR glasses on the market for at least two years. That’s because of limitations with what current head-up displays can do and the fact that actual augmented reality in a display would necessitate additional eye-reading hardware, allowing for dynamic focus.
Another concern is that creating a transparent display that is easily viewable both inside and outside is tricky