“OK Glass, record a video.” Imagine a bunch of people murmuring to themselves in public, each phrase beginning with “OK Glass.” That’ll be the future if Google has its way.
In a new video for its high-tech Google Glass product – think of it like wearing your smartphone on your head and having the screen projected in front of you — the search giant shows off a whole bunch of first-person footage, along with a few of the voice prompts used to get Glass to do your bidding.
I have to admit, it all looks pretty slick – and I’m by no means saying I wouldn’t use something like this once the price drops considerably. But I’m not big on voice commands for everything. I’d rather type quietly, especially while in public. In the technology world, we’ve had several fashionably questionable eras; most recently, cell phones on belt loops and…
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