Google glasses are going to be great discovery that will remove all the barriers between the real and virtual world, and will make your life a combination of actual and augmented reality. Looking to the world the way you want through these glasses, will introduce your surrounding to you in an entirely unique way. But before using them you should judge the direction of its uniqueness, thus we bring you Google Glass: A Different Vision.
Project Glass demo resembles a pair of normal eyeglasses where the lens is replaced by a heads-up display.It is like tiny smart phone embedded in your glasses to connect you to the virtual world. This transparent curtain between your eyes and the world will bring you closer to who are not present in front of you, which means that chatting, tweeting, surfing and much more will possible while remaining connected to the real world. Google glasses can make your everyday’s boring routine a bit animated and fascinating, by guiding you how to perform each of your task perfectly and earn points, as if your playing a game that includes your daily activities in interesting way.
Enjoying sky diving, stalking your friends profile on Facebook, using app while talking to people, receiving their mails, clicking pictures, searching maps through voice command etc will be possible while sitting at your place through the tiny glasses in front of your eyes.
But that is not it! The different vision of Google glasses also includes a bitter truth too. Maybe these augmented glasses will take you away from reality or make you completely dependent on them. These glasses will minimize the activity of your body, as everything will be in front of our eyes. No matter how transparent these glasses are, there’s still the risk of focusing on what’s right before your eyes, rather than the kid that’s wandered into the middle of the road.
It might happen that Google’s augmented glasses would make everyday’s tiny activities heavily depended on technology that our own vision gets fully transformed into that, shown to us by these glasses. Its like handing our vision to Google to show us what it wants us to see.