You could be wearing a computer vision glasses by the end of this year! High tech glasses being made by Google, which have been speculated about for weeks, will display transparent computer screens on the lenses. It is expected to get into market by summer this year and will cost between $250 and $600.
The glasses would be powered with motion sensors and GPS Sensors for navigation. It is also expected to have 3G or 4G connection. They will come with small glasses mounted screen which will be situated inches away from eye. It would be an Android powered device and there is possibilities that Google could bake in a connection to traditional handset via 3G Routing or local Wi-Fi. The device on the first instance resembles Oakley’s Thumps.
The glasses will offer walking directions to the user. They could also have low resolution cameras which will view the current perspective and overlay information on it. This would be one of the most sought after gadget as it will show you notifications as you pass though your friends home while on your way. Google is reportedly well aware of the privacy issues related to some locations and is working out the privacy aspects of the new electronics devices.