Google Glass is a wearable computer attached to your regular optical glasses. It is being developed by Google X, yes the same team that is working on other seemingly impossible projects like the driverless car. Google Glass shows information in a hands-free format communicating with the internet via natural language commands. All those who use glasses for reading and distance need not worry, Google has confirmed that the Google Glass will eventually work with the wearer’s prescription, meaning that everyone can have it attached to their respective glasses.
The good thing about the Google Glass is that it is not in any way dependent on the Smartphone. It is a totally independent device which can function with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth data connection, even if that information is coming from an iPhone. That’s a great feature to boast of. So when you go out, you don’t need to carry your Smartphone with you.
Here are some negatives that you may need to consider. You can’t adjust the volume levels or display brightness. You can’t re-arrange the application cards in the interface or change the default screen. And the biggest drawback is that you cannot disable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi which are always on. On removing the glass the display automatically disappears. One thing you can modify is how far you should tilt your head for the display to pop on. Well you can enable and disable head detection when you like to do so.