Anyone who has seen the Terminator movies has surely thought to themselves, "how cool would it be to see the world as they do?" If the latest rumours about a Google X project are true, a new pair of advanced glasses can allow you to do just that.
Google has announced new augmented reality glasses that provides users with real-time information on the world around them, according to The New York Times. The Times reports that the glasses will be made available by the end of this year and retail for approximately $250 to $600.
These upcoming glasses, colloquially referred to as "Google goggles" by some, are not to be confused with the app Google currently has available in the Android and iPhone app markets. The Google Goggles app lets you use your smartphone to scan the world around you and get information on what you see through the phone's camera, with the ability to do things like scan a logo and display information on that company, or scan a bottle of wine and find local stores thatRead More »from Google glasses expected later this year, but not the only option