I really enjoyed reading all of the comments and questions about the design photos we released. Here’s a question I saw a few times: "I use prescription glasses. Will this work for me?" We ideally want Project Glass to work for everyone, and we're experimenting with designs that are meant to be extendable to different types of frames. Many of our team members wear glasses, too, so it’s definitely something we’re thinking about. Here’s an early mock-up to show how the device might work with prescription glasses. Please keep the feedback coming.
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- Jared has been a nice guy and I told up for a yes type of taking the summer reportsJun 12, 2014
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- These are cool frames.Jul 23, 2014
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- Don't you have a job for me at Google? What I saw of lolipop you can use good people 😜 hope it's my Samsung S4 what is the weak chain in this. But due the the onacceptabel aggressive memory management I doubt this!!!!Jul 30, 2015
- You know what ,i think i can't take this any longer.I am gonna sue Google for stealing an idea i developed in 2005 by me.This whole Google glass thing was designed by me in the year 2005,though in a slightly different shape,but the whole idea is the same.Olsson should get ready to answer questions!Apr 16, 2016
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