Prototype is being developed by the laboratory called ‘Google X’.
Company released the first images of the product on Wednesday (4).
The Google announced on Wednesday (4) the first pictures of the glasses with augmented reality technology that the company is developing.
According to “The New York Times”, the glasses are not yet expected to reach the market. However, Google should test them on the streets of the United States this year. In a post published on Google + social network, laboratory staff called “Google X” asked the users opinions on the prototype of the “Glass Project”. Steve Lee, product manager for Google, is responsible for the software and the aspects of location-based glasses.
In February, a report by the “Los Angeles Times” revealed that Google was developing the glasses dubbed “smart glasses”, but the company has not confirmed the information. “Just as the internet connection became smarter and our phones are in the process of making smarter TVs soon, the glasses are also smarter, thanks to a Google project,” wrote the report.
The prototype shown by Google transmits information from the Internet for spectacles and allows users to send and receive messages via voice command. In the video released by Google , the goggles also have a built-in camera to record videos and take photos.
In the video, Google shows how the glasses could be used. In the images, a man walks the streets of New York and communicates with friends, view maps, information and takes pictures by voice command. Everything is accessed by the user by means of augmented reality technology.