Google Glass 2.0: sary voalohany mipoitra

Google Glass 2.0: first pictures emerge

Ny vaovao Google dikan-lohan'i-tsoavaly solosaina dia efa nambara tao amin'ny fitondram-panjakana Amerikana famenoana.


Powered by Guardian.co.ukIty lahatsoratra mitondra ny lohateny hoe “Google Glass 2.0: sary voalohany mipoitra” dia nosoratan'i Alex Hern, fa theguardian.com tamin'ny Talata 29 Desambra 2015 12.19 UTC

Na dia eo aza namono azy io eny amin'ny fanombohan'ny taona ity, Google dia nanambara ny vaovao dikan-ny Glass wearable solosaina, mikendry mivantana amin'ny orinasa fandraharahana toy ny fahasalamana sy ny orinasa mpamokatra entana.

Amin'ny filings amin'ny Amerikana vaomiera federaly fifandraisana, ny fikarohana mafy manana dia namoaka ilay sary voalohany ny redesigned fitaovana, izay ankehitriny dia manasongadina ny foldable mitana ny be sandry lehibe kokoa efijery.

Sary iray hafa ny Google vaovao Glass fitaovana.
Sary iray hafa ny Google vaovao Glass fitaovana. Sary: FCC / Google

ofisialy, Google dia tsy nanaiky ny vaovao ny fisian'ny fitaovana, na dia teo aza ny zava-misy fa ny orinasa-mifantoka relaunch efa-bahoaka fahalalana hatramin'ny volana Jolay. Those rumours also suggested that the new version of Glass is built to be waterproof and hard-wearing, as well as expected tech bumps like better wifi, faster processors, and improved camera and battery.

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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