The good news is that Google Glass is back. However, the bad news is that the glass reboot is designed to fit the needs of business and is not for public consumption. Certainly, a lot of controversy surrounded the first release of Google Glass. The number one issue was an invasion of privacy and the glasses were kind of pricey at $1,500 each. Google Glass simply did not catch on with the average consumer. However, workers found that the glasses were beneficial on the job.
What’s New With Google Glass
The Google Glass is still in production and aimed at making the average business more productive and efficient. Major corporations to medical institutions rave about the glasses. Some of the organizations boasted about a 50 percent increase in production that was due to using the Google Glasses. The new Google Glass features a new design and includes new hardware. It’s also interesting to note that the new design is also much lighter. Thus, making it easier to wear the product comfortably for a much longer time. The increased battery life should also make the product very attractive to even more organizations that would like to improve work flow and production.
Alphabet X is the production team behind the upgraded and improved design of the Google Glass. The fact is that the product has earned a very well respected place in the work-environment. It has improved work production and work flow in in high management to industrial work. Now, Google is in the process of hiring developers to design new applications for the new and improved version of Google Glasses.