Adstuck Becomes India's and World's First Google Glasses Application Developer Company
08/03/2013

Adstuck has incorporated another device in the augmented world of technology. Google glass is basically an Android based headset, which is entirely different from ordinary glasses, it can also work on IOS.

Online PR News – 03-August-2013 – New Delhi – Adstuck has incorporated another device in the augmented world of technology. Google glass is basically an Android based headset, which is entirely different from ordinary glasses, it can also work on IOS. The sleek glass digital device displays information in hand free format which interacts with user voice command and displays over the tiny space occupied over the glasses. The simple glass can take picture, record movies, and can also display time as desired by user. In another compact device in Augmented Reality technology.
The Glass works with frames and lenses compatible with user's prescription. The tiny glass is modular and can be fitted with normal prescription glasses. A horizontal beam of light strikes the prism placed at the upper right corner of glass, which would directly reflect into your way of vision. The Google glass can work either with Wi-Fi or via Bluetooth on your Android device. Google glass application along with internet connectivity is required to access Google glass functionality. Unlike ordinary glasses, google glasses come with inbuilt microphone and camera. Glass can show social network notifications via same channel as you would access from your computer.
The hand free device has been tested with users for various functions including search engine, voice recognition, and image-taking. The glass also features interchangeable sunglasses that twist to on or off. In a conference it was stated that researchers are working to investigate the feasibility between an array of microlenses with LEDs, using lenses which focuses light and project towards wearer's retina. The hand-free device free data from desktop and other portable devices and bring it right in front of your eyes.