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The last the company has said on the matter was that Glass was “graduating” from its experimental position in Google’s advanced research X division, and placed under the control of Tony Fadell, the man behind the iPod and Nest smart-home company.
The relaunch could be followed later by a new consumer version. But for now, the device will be aimed at business customers who gain immediate value from having a head-mounted display. Obvious use-cases include surgery and manufacturing, where hands-free access to a voice-controlled screen can be extremely useful. Re-launching into a business environment would also allow the company to avoid having to face many of the issues experienced by consumer users, particularly the privacy concerns sparked by wearing a head-mounted camera in public places.
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