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Famous photographers on Google+ are some of the main celebrities that we can find inside the network with the highest number of followers. As an encouragement to all those photographers Google has held up a special Google+ Photographer’s Conference to gather all those photographers to one place. During the event Google has allowed some of those people to try out their augmented reality glasses and see what this device is all about.
Jim Goldstein was one of those people who had the chance to try it out. “They weren’t too heavy and they were very easy to wear. Considering what is packed into this small form factor it’s tough to believe how much functionality you actually get out of them. They include a camera, a heads-up screen to review photos and review augmented reality data tied to what you’re seeing and where you are (this later part was not seen nor tested). Unfortunately for me I’m left-eye dominant and the glasses were for a right-eye dominant person. For this reason to really see much I had to wince, closing my left eye.” He said in a post.
These images are some of the sample pics taken with the Google Glasses. Google has shown them off in a presentation during the event. Also there was a video recorded using the Google Glasses. Images look really HD and the video quality is just amazing. This actually gives us hope for a better hands-free future. Check it all out after the break.