Google Glass Will Be Available For Everybody By 2014Today's Special — By Naveen Vaidhya on June 29, 2012 at 11:13 am
In a recent interview, Sergey Brin the Co-Founder of Google unveiled that the firm’s wearable computer will be available for consumers somewhere in 2014. In an interview with Bloomberg Television, Brin made this statement following the firm’s I/O developer conference. This much time spam Google is taking because of the truth that Google wishes to integrate feedback from developers before making their product accessible for the normal public. Brin said these explorer editions I would like to take out early in coming year, the co-founder of Google said. And in a year I wish to have a large consumer offering.
As per Brin, Google Glass team has understood a lot by the public since the product was showed in April. Offering the wearable computers to makers will continue to carry out new thoughts for the product before usual public is capable to buy it.
This explorer form – we can just keep improving this in our own small corner of universe and number of firm will furtively develop it and say ‘ta da, here is the world, said Brin. Since we have displayed it to public in the April, we have got so many amazing ideas and so much feedback, we got it worthy. We wish to take that to next degree through allowing other people, who are devoted and severe and wanting to be on cutting edge, allowing them to do their own testing learning, which can feedback to us and impact on our future software and designs.
Sergey Brin has been pleased by feedback of developers that has eased his tension regarding how the product will be accepted. Google Glass’s prototype can be bought by developers for $1,500 at Google I/O conference. When this project was 1st showcased in April, Google stated that it would have display device for $600 later this year.