Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display (HMD) that is being developed by Google in the Project Glass research and development project. Google Glass was demoed at the Google I/O in June last year. Google Glass’s technical specifications were not released by Google when they announced it and we had covered an infographic on how the device works.
Today, Google has officially unveiled the technical specifications of Google Glass and also released the companion Android app in the Google Play store. So according the specs, the Glass display will be equivalent to a 25-inch HD screen viewed from eight feet away, while it’s camera does 5MP stills and 720p video. It comes with 16GB of storage onboard, 12GB of which are available to the user. Audio is transferred via a bone conduction transducer and apart from this, it also includes Bluetooth and WiFi 802.11 b/g. There’s a micro-USB charger included with it and the battery is expected to last a “full day of typical use” although video and Google Hangouts will drain it more quickly.
Here is the detailed specs of Google Glass;
Google also released the MyGlass app in the play store which is a companion app to use Google Glass. MyGlass allows you to configure and manage your Glass device. The app will work only with Google Glass, so if you don’t have one installed it is a waste of time.
Here is a video of How Google glass looks like.