Google Glass How-to: Getting Started

By | January 15, 2020

Here are the basics of how to use Glass This is your touchpad It runs from your temple to your ear Tap the touchpad to wake up Glass You should see the display
above your line of sight Adjust it to see everything The Home screen shows a clock This is your timeline. It’s a row of cards Things to the left are happening now or coming up, …like the weather …an upcoming flight… …or an event in your calendar You can tap on any card to see more Swipe down anywhere to go back to the timeline Cards to the right of the home screen are
from the past For example, messages… …videos… …or photos Tap on a photo to share it and choose one
of your friends Swipe down to go back to standby And have fun exploring

18 thoughts on “Google Glass How-to: Getting Started

  1. LAZZA MCPE Post author

    RIP google glass… can’t wait to see what the future holds tho🙌

  2. Paris France Post author

    Did you consider that the 'display' is only in your brain's optical processing center(s); processes? There really is NO 'display' that is on the 'outside'. Dangerous optical etraticism. Enlarge, decrease, brightness, movement, color changes…. None visually evidenced. Optical stimulations with very small imaging maybe in the 'glass'.

    Imagine playing your favorite 'action' game on this. Mind berserk/frenzy/psycoticism, in less than 2 years, I would presume.

    How this ever passed the CDC is behooving.

    Watch this instead. hahaha

    Or, Ms. Seniorita, if you're 'nasty'… J_ J

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    The retina is a thin lining on the back of your eye that is made up of cells that collect images and pass them on to your brain. Retinal disorders block this transfer. There are different types:

    Age-related macular degeneration refers to a breakdown of a small portion of the retina called the macula.

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    It’s important to get an early diagnosis and have these conditions treated.

  3. thalha rahman Post author

    Why r u not developing the voice assistant??? It helps us to do our needs quickly


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