Wondering if Project Glass is in a working state yet? At least one feature seems to be working out OK for Google in this ambitious venture. In an interview with Charlie Rose, Google engineer Sebastian Thrun took a photo of the subject with the pair of glasses.
Using nothing but gestures, the photo was taken and uploaded straight to Google+, promising functionality if I say so myself. Sure, the camera quality on this photo is pretty rank, but we have to remember that it’s only a prototype and the purpose here is to show and make sure that it works.
It seems to work fine, and when some higher quality sensors are brought into the project these glasses could make for some very useful photo-journeying. Head to the 30 second mark in the video at the source link for the Project Glass bit. [Google+, Charlie Rose video via The Verge]
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