Google may soon come up with a pair of reality glasses that will run on Android. Yes, you heard it right – Android on glasses.
New York Times reported very recently that later this year such glasses is to be released for about $250 to $600 that can display information through the glasses for the wearer.
According to the published report by the newspaper, these yet to be launched glasses is suppose to have built-in low-resolution camera that will see according to the wearer view and then overlay information about friends and buildings that the wearer sees.
Of course a bit like the Terminator movies. Cool.
The glasses, however, are not meant for regular wearing. Moreover, Google is not trying to see any business with it right now as it is still in an experimental phase.
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