Lasers will let Google Glass project a keyboard onto your palm

Because Glass comes with a built-in display, the technology also allows users to make inputs solely using gestures, which the camera can then pick up an interpret. As a result, there are many use cases where there won’t be a need to project a keyboard at all.”

read the full article at Lasers will let Google Glass project a keyboard onto your palm | VentureBeat

“Glass is, simply put, a computer built into the frame of a pair of glasses, and it’s the device that will make augmented reality part of our daily lives. With the half-inch (1.3 cm) display, which comes into focus when you look up and to the right, users will be able to take and share photos, video-chat, check appointments and access maps and the Web. Consumers should be able to buy Google Glass by 2014.”

However “It looks like Vuzix, a small company based in Rochester, New York, is about to beat Google to the punch in releasing Internet-enabled smart glasses that allow you do things such as scan your email, use your favorite apps, and respond to updates from sources like Facebook.

The company announced its Smart Glasses M100 in November but first demonstrated the glasses to visitors at last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The glasses are still in development, but the company says they’ll be ready to go this summer and will be priced “under $500.” If the company meets that deadline, it will beat Google, a formidable competitor, to market. Google is pushing its Google Glass project hard.” More on that below at


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