Apple has reportedly confirmed that it will be launching its Google AR/VR headgear prototype
There are numerous similar rumors and data circulating about other technology behemoths, including Cupertino behemoth Apple, which has been attempting to make AR and VR technology accessible to the general public. However, other technology-focused businesses, such as Google, are now attempting to increase their R & D in order to work on and bring Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technology into the real world. This is because Apple is working on AR/VR technology.
Even though there have been numerous stories suggesting that many people have expressed their concerns about the privacy this new technology maintains, In order to allay these worries, Google intends to release its new AR/VR glass prototype, known as “Google Glass,” to the general public, who will be chosen individually and given the opportunity to test it out. The company also said that it will give its chosen testers a new set of training to help them understand more about privacy and how to use the glasses when it comes to testing their ability to take pictures and videos.
The entire Google team at the Mountain View offices has just made it known that the company will present and provide their new AR/VR glasses, which will primarily have the capacity to perform things like “real-time interpreting of texts,” when it comes to the public. As far as we can tell, Google will be picking some of its own workers and even giving the glasses to many tech fans who will be asked to test the “Google Glass” and supply all the information required.
According to some sources, the new Google Prototype glasses would even have a technology-focused display capable of showing all the information we’ve ever needed. A camera and a microphone are also present next to each other. However, according to sources, the new glasses that are being tested will have some restrictions on how they can be used.
The high-end Google Glass is anticipated to cost $1500. However, Google hasn’t provided any such confirmation to us. But we believe that the new Google Glass will definitely come with a “premium price tag.” We’ll keep you informed when additional information becomes available.