Google announced its new project named ‘Project Glass’ earlier this month by posting a small introduction and an eye catching video on Google+. Seeing the post from Google+ we came to know what Google plans for the future. The project is all about Glasses from Google which will be connected over the net and to your communication services, and will be featured with application like Google Goggles and other Augment reality based application.
The technology companies love the innovation from Google and thereon Olympus announces MEG4.0 wearable display prototype. The reports shows that MEG4.0 has a 320×240 pixel augmented reality display in front of your eyes, with a built-in Bluetooth. Unlike Google’s Glass face-mounted device this device from Olympus doesn’t have a camera.
The MEG4.0 device is absolutely not a standalone structure and it needs a glasses frame to hang on – unlike Google Glass. The QVGA (320 x 240) display can connect to devices through Bluetooth 2.1, with Olympus pointing to a smartphone to provide both the processing power and internet connectivity — which sounds different to what we’re expecting from Google.
Google has brought its stylist goggles back into the gadget news with a spectacular skydiving reveal of the Google Glass Explorer Edition, the first commercially available version for the early adopters of the new technology. The Gadget reviews can be viewed here: The Google Glass Demo.