Hands-on with Google Glass apps: in pictures

Hands-on with Google Glass apps: in pictures

Summary: Google Glass is like a smartphone in your line of sight. While it may still in its infancy and early days of development, it still packs a lot of punch. Here's what it can do.

TOPICS: Google

"OK Glass:" Share and caption a photo

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There are two ways of uploading content you've created, such as photos and video, to your friends and contacts. There's sending, which allows the Glass owner to directly send content to contacts in the Google account's contacts, and there's sharing, which integrates with Google+, Facebook, and Twitter. 

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Once you snap a photo, simply tap the Glass arm and you are given options to send or share.

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Here we can sharing the photo with the wider public on Google+. 

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Midway through the upload, the Glass user is prompted to add a caption using voice transcription.

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Images: ZDNet 

Topic: Google

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  • Reserving Judgment

    I remember going on a tirade in the early 2000s about how silly it was to put a camera on a cell phone. I recently caught myself concerned that a 5 megapixel camera would not be good enough when shopping for a new phone. I think I will wait before I say how ridiculous this seems.