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Google Glasses: All we need to know

 1. How Google Glass Works

Glass is a headset with a small display that rests over your right eye. The headset can be worn independently, or attached to prescription glasses. The display keeps you informed about any incoming emails, calls, or other notifications. The Glass interface is not designed to work alone: you will need to sync it with a smartphone to use it properly.


2. Google Glass Commands & Controls

There are two main ways to control your Glass interface. You can control some things from a touchpad on the side of the device. Additionally, you can use voice commands to instruct Glass. You simply say “Okay, Glass,” followed by your request. You can ask Glass to launch an app, record a video, take a snapshot, or call someone, for example.

3. Features and Apps of Google Glass

In addition to helping you take calls and review emails, Glass has a number of apps that are quite useful. Glass-Apps.org has a full list of apps for Glass. Some of the best include WatchMeTalk, which provides live captioning for the hard-of-hearing; AR Glass, which pulls info from Wikipedia into an augmented reality display of your current surroundings; and Homework for Glass, which lets you figure out what homework you have to worry about by simply asking Glass, “What’s new?”


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