Google to release eyeglasses that stream information


If James Bond was real, I bet a million bucks that he owns a gadget such as this. Though it sound like a device that is better suited to only be in movies and books, now one company is planning to develop a pair of electronic glasses (not pictured).

So what’s the fuss behind these glasses?

For starters, these can stream information directly to the eyes of the user in real time. Well, this device is loaded with a low-resolution, built-in camera. Dubbed as the Google glasses, developers are boasting that this device “will be able to monitor the world in real time and overlay information about locations, surrounding buildings and friends who might be nearby. You will be able to check in to locations with your friends through the glasses.”

Google would not confirm or deny the rumored contraption. According to Google splesperson Wendy Rozeluk, “We do not comment on rumors and speculation.”

The Times said that the glasses is going to be Android based and has a 3G or 4G capability. It also has a small screen near the eye to allow users to optically connect to the web.

According to The Times, the device will be available to the public by the end of the year and is pegged at $250 and $600.

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