Google Glass was born out of Google’s desire to make technology a bit more accessible to the masses, but now the tech giant is using the technology to communicate with people in ways that could have never been imagined.
We’re currently working on Google Glass, and we’re looking to make it better, faster and more accessible, our CEO Sundar Pichai told the audience at Google I/O.
Glass has been designed to be the ultimate conversational tool for Google’s various divisions.
The wearable device is now in the hands of over 1.4 million people and has already begun to roll out to more than 400 countries.
It’s not yet clear how Glass will be used, but it could be a great tool for people who are already working in the tech sector.
It could also be used to create a more open, participatory and interactive workplace for employees.
Glass was initially unveiled at Google’s I/o conference in May 2016.
It was designed with the aim of giving people an alternative to traditional video conferencing.
Glass will use an array of sensors and technology to give users a more interactive and personalised experience.
Glass is also designed to provide more privacy and safety features.
Users will be able to log in and out using a smart phone app, and there will be built-in cameras to track their activities.
Glass will also be able play music and audio through speakers, which will make it much easier for people to listen to music, videos and podcasts.
In addition, Glass can be used for voice recognition.
We hope to have voice recognition on Glass by the end of 2017, said Pichahai.
There will be a “real world” use for Glass as well.
People can create an app and use it to communicate privately with others, he said.
Glass can also be worn as a smartwatch, which allows users to keep track of all their activities and receive notifications when something has happened.
Glass can be worn on a wrist or on a strap, which can be attached to a phone.