January 14, 2015
Ever since Google introduced their Google Glass wearable into the tech world, the wearables market has only grown more robust. But I find that a lot of people in my personal day to day life don’t really give Google Glass its due credit for its level of innovation.
That is, what I find absolutely fascinating is how Google Glass works in conjunction with the human eye. It’s one of the first times humans have been able to control a major piece of technology without having to worry about their hands, and it’s insanely cool.
Google Glass might run you $1,500, but this infographic detailing the science behind the popular wearable might just help you rationalize the spending:
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