Glass, a new kind of wearable computing device, has become a big hit.
The $1,000 device has been embraced by tech startups and major tech companies like Apple and Google, and is already available in a handful of countries.
Google has a strong foothold with tech executives, and a lot of the buzz around Glass is coming from the company’s offices in Mountain View, California.
But the Glass-based device has also been an enigma, as it has never quite captured the imagination of tech-savvy consumers and companies.
What’s going on with the tech giant’s first wearable?
Glass is designed to be an alternative to your smartphone or laptop, as well as to be a personal camera that can capture high-quality video.
It uses an optical lens to project images onto a transparent glass window.
The glass is actually made of glass, with a thin layer of ceramic glass on top.
It’s coated with a layer of silica that allows the glass to bend and expand in response to the light from the light source.
In a typical day, Glass can take a series of photos.
In a night, the device can record 1080p video.
The device can be worn on a head, neck, shoulder or face, depending on the user’s needs.
For example, Glass might be useful for sports and outdoor use.
There are a few things Glass can do that other devices can’t.
Glass can be used for photojournalism, recording video, taking photos and sharing them.
Glass is also useful for gaming, as video games can be recorded on it.
Glass can be paired with a smartphone for video calls.
The device will communicate with the phone through an NFC (near field communication) chip, allowing the phone to send and receive photos and video.
Glass can also be paired up with a tablet for writing and playing games.
This could be especially useful for students who can’t use a traditional computer or smartphone.
Google Glass is available in more than 30 countries, including the U.S., China, South Korea, Taiwan and India.