Google patent application shows bone conduction for Google Glass audio
0. phoneArena posted on 24 Jan 2013, 12:43
A patent application submitted by Google shows that the company is considering the use of bone conduction for audio on Google Glass; using such technology allows more privacy so that no one can overhear a conversation; using a vibration transducer allows the technology to work without a direct connection between the speaker and the Glass wearer...
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4. InspectorGadget80 posted on 24 Jan 2013, 13:14 1 2
Make sure apple doesnt try to steal tour stuff google. This will be perfect too replace.l my current mp3 player
5. valapsp posted on 24 Jan 2013, 13:27 1 4
What the f**k happened to those developer versions that were promised at Google I/O?
6. Alan01 posted on 24 Jan 2013, 13:54 4 1
The Explorer version of Google Glass is still scheduled to be handed out at Google I/O this year, which starts on May 15th
7. JonBjSig posted on 24 Jan 2013, 13:58 0 0
As far as I know Google still hasn't announced a ship date.
But they're supposed to be holding a dev con for glass next week.
10. rusticguy posted on 24 Jan 2013, 14:29 0 0
Oh so one of tests for audiometry (they do these tests as one of the tests to guage the level of deafness IIRC) now becomes a patent technology. What crap really. In any case ... this gives me a headache even thinking about it ...
11. schinnak posted on 24 Jan 2013, 14:47 1 0
I am waiting for some one to comment on Bone cancer....
14. rusticguy posted on 24 Jan 2013, 20:21 0 0
And that constant feeling of tinnitus which if one gets it really then it's all over as there's no cure for that. Honestly this is a crap technology IMHO. Just because it comes from Google doesn't mean i should be drooling over it ...
12. nwright94 (unregistered) posted on 24 Jan 2013, 14:51 0 2
The future is now :D I really want some of these
13. joey_sfb posted on 24 Jan 2013, 18:05 1 1
Elop and Cook talk about sales figure. Google talks about bringing new techology into reality. What is the word Cook like to use?? Innovation... which they clearly lack!!