Sergey Brin focused on Project Glass: hopes for official release “sometime next year”

Sergey Brin focused on Project Glass: hopes for official release “sometime next year”
Project Glass is one of the main focuses of the main focuses of Google’s Sergey Brin, one of the founders of the search engine, and hopes are that it could hit retail shelves “sometime next year.” Brin sat for an hour-long interview on Project Glass and his bigger involvement in Google X, the company’s research and development structure, but what’s most interesting is that we got to see how Brin actually controls the glasses.

It seems that the side panel currently is actually touch sensitive, so you basically use it as a touchpad, and one thing you can do easily is zoom in and out of photos.

Still, it seems that it’s more likely that the Project Glass will arriver later than next year. Here is Sergey Brin’s very conditional statement about the possible release date: “I have some hopes to maybe get it out sometime next year, but that’s still a bit of a hope.”

What’s also interesting is that now we know that the glasses have been worked on in the last 2 or 3 years at Google X. Also, the company is prototyping some far out projects, replacing the traditional phone and computer.

Brin himself has been involved in Project Glass in the last year, so it seems that it’s definitely got some momentum. Check out the demonstration video and the lucky TV host who got to try the glasses on, all below. 



11. strikercho

Posts: 156; Member since: Mar 20, 2012

Yeah, right. Mr. Ser-G a y , please stop pretending to be the late Jobs-like. Google = search engine. It's like Volkswagen trying to build a washing-mashine...

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7. jy20051992

Posts: 13; Member since: Jan 09, 2012

it will just be a camera with 2 functions photo clicking ,zooming in /out... all this with a trackpad. i was thinking that it should be having a project type display which would be cool . but now i am thinking it is a pathetic useless device . only for photo clicking fans

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4. good2great

Posts: 1042; Member since: Feb 22, 2012

innovative or not this is pretty lame... yes, for tech geeks this is great use of technology but be real...... the general public are not gonna be walking around with these glasses on... now i do agree remixfa if it was designed into something stylish a few people would purchase it due to curiosity but thats it.

6. EclipseGSX

Posts: 1778; Member since: Oct 18, 2011

YOU CAN SEE THE FUTURE?!?! Tell me what the winning lottery numbers are! /rollseyes

2. JeffdaBeat unregistered

I just hope people embrace it. I think sometimes innovation is stifled, not because of the manufacturers, but because the general public just doesn't latch on. Let's hope the product is fantastic on its debut, but at the same time, it's at a price point people can afford. If so, I'm definitely picking one up...even if it's out of pure curiosity. And who a few years we may have this built into even regular glasses...

3. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

if they can squeeze the design into something stylish and throw some cool commercials with it, i dont see why it wouldnt be a strong product. Its pretty darn cool. As a society we watch so much darn sci fi with "future tech", that I think a lot of people are ready to start taking steps into that world, as long as it doesnt make them look like the Borg. lol. If nothing else, the military and medical applications for this are off the wall, so they will sell it to them if no on else.

8. jmoita2

Posts: 930; Member since: Dec 23, 2011

Sure, I cant wait to have pop up ads and junk emails floating around right in front of my eyes.

10. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

Unfortunately I dont really think it will catch on quickly... its kinda like the whole watch concept which seems really cool, but hasnt had a mass market effect.. it probably will ketch on eventually due to convenience, but i dont think it will be as quickly adopted as tablets

1. Carlitos

Posts: 706; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

Rather have them take there time making this and sorting out all the problems, than trying rush it for a certain time. Either way this device is going to be groundbreaking, and if its going to be groundbreaking make it as good as possible.

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