Google Glass Specs Released


Google Glass Specs

Google has officially released the specs of much awaited Google glass, which is being termed as wearable computing. Also, the MyGlass companion app which is only available for phones running Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher will enable the device to connect through Android phones. Although the exact specifications of the display are unclear at the moment, the following are some of the features that Google Glass boasts of:

Camera: 5 MP
Video Recording: 720p
Internal Memory: 16 GB (12 GB available to user)
Bluetooth: Yes
Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g
Battery Life: 1 Day
Charger type: Micro USB
Compatibility with Android phones: Yes
Adjustable Nose pads: Yes (with 2 spare pieces)
Price: Introductory price Developer version: $1,500
Voice Commands: Yes

Feature
Voice activation text
Record video
"ok, glass, record a video."
Take picture
"ok, glass, take a picture."
Use Google Now
"ok, glass, [question]."[39]
Start Google+ hangout
"ok, glass, hang out with [person/circle]."
Search
"ok, glass, google [search query]."
Search photos
"ok, glass, google photos of [search query]."
Translate
"ok, glass, say [text] in [language]."
Give directions
"ok, glass, give directions to [place]."
Send message
"ok, glass, send a message to [name]."

"ok, glass, send [name] that [message]."

"ok, glass, send [message] to [name]."
Display weather
none/automatically (Google Now)

"ok, glass, how is the weather in [location]?"

"ok, glass, do I need an umbrella today?"
Give flight details
none/automatically (Google Now)

"ok, glass, when does flight [flight number] depart from [airport]?"

Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses that match the wearer's prescription once the developer versions are successful.