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Alice Through The Google Glass

ALICE THROUGH THE GOOGLE GLASS WHAT IS GOOGLE GLASS? Google Glass is an attempt to free data from desktop computers and portable devices like phones and tablets, and place it right in front of your eyes. Essentially, Google Glass is a camera, display, touchpad, battery and microphone built into spectacle frames so that you can perch a display in your field of vision, film, take pictures, search and translate on the go. WHAT CAN GOOGLE GLASS D0? MAKE CALLS TRANSLATE TAKE PICTURES DIRECT WILL PEOPLE ACTUALLY WEAR GOOGLE GLASS? Reults taken from a survey conducted by VoucherCodes and in 2012 ÍF THEY WERE AFFORDABLE, WOULD YOU BUY GOOGLE GLASS? MAYBE NO YES MEN ARE MORE LIKELY TO BUY GOOGLE GLASS HOW MUCH WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO PAY FOR GOOGLE GLASSES? S431+ $321-SA30 $241-5320 $160-5240 $80-S160 WOULD YOU FEEL TOO SELF-CONSCIOUS WEARING GOOGLE GLASSES? 15% 55+ 45-54 17% 35-44 21% 25-34 22% WOMEN ARE MORE LIKELY TO FEEL 18-24 25% SELF-CONSCIOUS WEARING GOOGLE GLASSES - .......... ........ ... .! #IFIHADGLASS COMPETITION In 2013, Google offered the public a chance to go on the joumey with them and shape the future of Glass. People entered the competition via Google+ or Twitter and in no less than 50 words, told Google what they would do if they had Glass, starting with the hashtag #ifihadglass. The maximum amount of submissions per applicant was 3. 10+ IDEAS 0.21% 0.67% 4 IDEAS 3 IDEAS 2.03% 2 IDEAS 1.62% 1 IDEA 88.82% PRIVACY CONCERNS Google Glass and other augmented reality gadgets risk creating a world in which privacy is impossible. The warning comes from a group called "Stop the Cyborgs" that wants limits put on when headsets can be used. STOP THE CYBORGS The launch of the campaign coincided with a push on Twitter by Google to get people thinking about what they would do if they had a pair of the augmented reality spectacles. Google's push, coupled with the announcement by the 5 Point Cafe in Seattle to pre-emptively ban users of the gadget, has generated a lot of debate and given the campaign a boost. Google Glass Is Banned On These Premises Stop The Cyborgs wants to spark debate about the use of augmented reality headsets. One of the campaigners called Jack said: coverage of the Glass project in mainstream media and on the web had swiftly turned from "amazing new gadget that will improve the world" to "the most controversial device in history". Brought to you by: ATTWOOD DIITAE

Alice Through The Google Glass

shared by KateStaffordIll... on May 14
An infographic on Google Glass including what it can do and the concerns surrounding it's use.


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