How far we have come from the days when you couldn’t speak to someone if they weren’t at their desk near their phone? Remember when you had to make a mental note, or write on your hand to remember something when next you were at your computer?
As far as convenience goes, most of us are lucky enough to carry the world in our pocket via our smartphones. Information at the touch of a button couldn’t get any easier, could it?
Well, it just has.
You know that moment when you’re driving and you see the most amazing sunset and you wish you could share it with your friend living in the UK?
What you would do is (hopefully stop your car first) grab your smartphone, snap the sunset, open an app, type a message, insert your friend’s number and then send it.
Now, with Google’s latest amazing invention, Google Glass, you can just speak, and without having to pick up a phone or push a button your friend can see exactly what you are seeing, in real time.
In essence, your smartphone is turned into a pair of glasses which overlays information onto what you ‘see’, and seamlessly integrates voice control into the process. You can find out anything, any time by simply asking your Google Glass. You can share moments with friends and family as they happen, real time.