Google Glass How-to: Getting Started

Google Glass How-to: Getting Started


Here are the basics of how to use Glass This is your touchpad It runs from your temple to your ear Tap the touchpad to wake up Glass You should see the display
above your line of sight Adjust it to see everything The Home screen shows a clock This is your timeline. It’s a row of cards Things to the left are happening now or coming up, …like the weather …an upcoming flight… …or an event in your calendar You can tap on any card to see more Swipe down anywhere to go back to the timeline Cards to the right of the home screen are
from the past For example, messages… …videos… …or photos Tap on a photo to share it and choose one
of your friends Swipe down to go back to standby And have fun exploring

Author: Kevin Mason

100 thoughts on “Google Glass How-to: Getting Started

  1. I know I'm late. But… google glasses, if u release this glasses welp. it better not be a hud of a futuristic call of duty game

  2. Honestly, the only thing we want these to do is to scan the world around us. Street signs, people, etc. We want it full video game style, able to read everything and give us information on all of it.

  3. 언제나 과학과 기술은 양면성을 가지고 있습니다. 스스로 통제하지 못하는 기술들이 늘어나는 한국의 기술발전이 걱정스럽기도 합니다.

  4. The iPhone 20 will be a thin sheet of paper that you surgically place in your head that will cost your first born child.

  5. Why should I use google glass when I have a smartphone? I'll just look a moron, and have a higher chance of getting mugged because this is like a 500$ piece of tech.

  6. This was very much ahead of its time. Innovative technology will always be extremely expensive. Galaxy Fold the first of it's kind is 2K. Hopefully Google Glass and similar other companies try this again.

  7. Why Google stopped Google Glass. If they continued its further development , It would have one of the best technological turning points now like a smartwatch.

  8. Did you consider that the 'display' is only in your brain's optical processing center(s); processes? There really is NO 'display' that is on the 'outside'. Dangerous optical etraticism. Enlarge, decrease, brightness, movement, color changes…. None visually evidenced. Optical stimulations with very small imaging maybe in the 'glass'.

    https://www.telescope-optics.net/images/telescopic_eye.png

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/UKVq865UYiA/maxresdefault.jpg

    http://www.tsbvi.edu/images/publications/visual-system.jpg

    https://www.tsbvi.edu/instructional-resources/130-publications/1069-preschool-children-with-visual-impairments-by-virginia-bishop

    Imagine playing your favorite 'action' game on this. Mind berserk/frenzy/psycoticism, in less than 2 years, I would presume.

    How this ever passed the CDC is behooving.

    Watch this instead. hahaha

    https://youtu.be/q0hyYWKXF0Q

    Or, Ms. Seniorita, if you're 'nasty'… J_ J

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Pkh8UtuejGw

    Home to Cuban cigars and the late Fidel Castro, Cuba is mainly projected as a top holiday destination in the world. But behind its paradise beaches and hip-moving Latin music, Cuba is still a communist country and those who speak out against the government are always in trouble. Internet is screened regularly and writers who post anti-government sentiments will likely face jail time if they get arrested.  Cubans know how to party and they know their alcohol. But playing Reggaeton is a big no-no.

    https://financesonline.com/10-countries-with-the-strictest-laws-in-the-world/

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    https://www.macular.org/what-macular-degeneration

    Retinal Disorders

    The retina is a thin lining on the back of your eye that is made up of cells that collect images and pass them on to your brain. Retinal disorders block this transfer. There are different types:

    Age-related macular degeneration refers to a breakdown of a small portion of the retina called the macula.

    Diabetic retinopathy is damage to the blood vessels in your retina caused by diabetes.

    Retinal detachment happens when the retina separates from the layer underneath.

    It’s important to get an early diagnosis and have these conditions treated.

    https://www.webmd.com/eye-health/common-eye-problems

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