First Day With Google Glass Highlights

Apr 18, 2013 • 8:11 am | comments (9) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Brandon Allgood+Brandon Allgood was one of the first Project Glass Explorers to receive and play around with Google Glass and he shared his experience on Google+.

Here are highlights taken from his first impressions of Google Glass:

  • Light and comfortable
  • Battery lasted all day
  • Some friends and co-workers were uncomfortable around them (I assume privacy) but most loved it
  • He learned his habits need to adapt (i.e. not reach for phone or computer)
  • Low light pictures and video are not great
  • Loved Google Now embedded
  • Speech to text worked great
  • Taking photos or videos are without frames, so it is hard to tell the exact orientation of the picture until after it is taken
  • When wearing sun shades, people don't know you are wearing Glass

TechCrunch also as a first day with Glass.

Robert Scoble has a great audio review of it as well:

Forum discussion at Google+.

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Comments:

Anti-SEO

04/18/2013 12:19 pm

I suppose that only reporters and total geeks are interested in this gadget ...

Barry Schwartz

04/18/2013 12:26 pm

My blog, my interests.

Anti-SEO

04/18/2013 01:37 pm

Exactly ... You're reporter, this is your blog and this is your interest )

Flanck

04/18/2013 03:45 pm

Rise and shine, the trolls are up early.

Anti-SEO

04/18/2013 04:36 pm

Sorry, not sure what do you mean. Probably you should check the definition of the word "troll". Or did you play the whole night in MMORPG with the trolls all around ? Wake up then )

beemer87

04/18/2013 05:50 pm

I really hope that Glass is affordable once it launches.

Sage

04/21/2013 04:53 am

:/ I hope they add Augmented. I'd say it's the main reason for the device.

Sage

04/21/2013 05:11 am

haven't you seen the youtube comments on the official concept demos? everyone wants one of these things.

Sage

04/21/2013 05:12 am

it'd fail otherwise, I say they have no choice but to have it atleast comparable to smart phones.

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