You’ve probably heard about Google Glass by now – the glasses equipped with a tiny computer? Would you wear a pair of glasses that contain Wi-Fi, a tiny screen, Bluetooth connectivity, a touchpad, speakers, camera and microphone? Right now, the glasses are only available to people who are part of the Explorer program, but there is a very good chance you’ll start seeing this high-tech accessories in stores before you know it. You can sign up to get an invite to try Google Glass by clicking here; but in the meantime, here is what you want to know about these glasses from the future:
Take Photographs and Videos With a Blink of an Eye
Ok, so you can’t just blink and automatically take a photo or video, but you can instantly capture the moment by saying “take a photo” or “take a video”. You won’t have to dig around your purse for your phone or camera to take a photo, so you’ll never miss a photo or video worthy moment again.
Never Get Lost Again
Your Google Glass has built in GPS which is ideal for people who go hiking or bike riding. Instead of stopping to pull out your phone or GPS device, you can see the map right on the glass while you’re moving. It can come in handy when you’re driving to unknown places, too.
Make Phone Calls From Your Glasses
When you connect your smart phone to your Google Glass, you can make phone calls, dictate messages, and attach videos or photos all without ever taking your phone out of your purse or pocket.
Never Miss a Social Media Update
If you are addicted to social media or rely on the social networks for your business, you might end up loving the social network notifications feature of Google Glass. As long as you are using your phone’s internet feature or are in range of Wi-Fi, you will see your social media network updates right on the glass. You can up your game with multi-tasking, since you won’t check your phone or laptop for social media updates – they’ll just flash before your eyes.
Technology helps businesses overcome obstacles and reach goals – please call us if we can help you with your office technology. Technology also creates amazing opportunities for entertainment and convenience in our every-day lives. Will you sport a pair of Google Glasses when they become available?