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Google Glass can do a bunch of things, but best of all it can show you what life looks like almost exactly through someone else’s eyes. This cute little travel film shows what life was like for one university student who took a year to study abroad in South Korea.
Google is expanding its Glass platform to include Google Play Music integration integration — and a snazzy set of $US85 earbuds to boot. So now you can bark at your augmented reality specs to play jams at you. “OK Glass: Play METAL!!”
According to a report by the New York Times, Google is about to announce a rich new set of musical features for Glass which will provide a better audio experience for those who choose to wear the devices.
After two weeks of free press, Google finally confirmed the existence of its so-called “mystery barges” parked near San Francisco and Portland, Maine (and who knows where else). That doesn’t mean it has explained what’s inside, however.
It’s getting easier and easier to snag yourself a pair of Google’s smart glasses, but there’s still plenty that feels exclusive about the things. Like, for instance, the fact that Google insists that you spend 45 minutes talking with them before you use ‘em.
For almost a week now, the internet’s been trawling the depths of its imagination trying to figure out what the heck Google is doing building barges. Obscure patent documents suggest they’re floating data centres. Local reporters think they’re clandestine Google Glass stores. But nobody really has a clue.
Google is readying itself to churn out thousands of pairs of Glass, and now it’s also preparing an accessory store to accompany it. But those extras won’t come cheap.