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Google Lastly Shows Off Google Glass UI, Declares #ifihadglass Purchase Campaign ( Video - Photo )

Google is gradually taking down Google Glass’ veil of secrecy. With each statement, the company reveals a bit more of its tricks. This time around, it clip above shows Google Glass’ UI in actual life circumstances — you know, actual life as in moving from a aircraft and moving on a trapeze. Neglect the wide-eyed idea videos; this is genuine.

Get prepared for even more Glasshole sightings, Google is prepared to hand out Google Glass models to non-developer types. But you have to apply. And still pay the Glass Traveler Edition’s $1,500 price tag. But Google Glass!

Using the hashtag #ifihadglass, take to Tweets or Google + and with 50 words or less, describe how you would use Google Glass. Pics and vids can be involved as well. The due date is Feb 27, and Google did not state how many Glass models will be passed out through this program, but the competitors will be intense.

The UI proven in it clip is drastically more demure than in the unique idea movie. Gone are the little groups and VH1 Pop-Up Video-ish announcements. Instead, customers communicate with Google Glass through a single pane in the top right. Everything from Google queries to announcements to hangouts apparently happen in this one space — rather than dance around the visual view like in previously Google Glass movie clips.


Google has yet to declare when common customers will be able to buy Google Glass. But that is intelligent.

Google is gradually moving out models to die-hard lovers that can likely help the growth and cope with first-gen bugs. Seriously, at this point, Google Glass is not prepared for bulk intake.

It will be launched when it’s prepared and until then, lowly customers like most of us will have to sit on the side lines and enjoy the long run vicariously through YouTube demo movie clips.

Google Glass Photo

Source : Google Glass

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