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Have you ever used Google glasses?

Have you ever used Google glasses? How was the experience?
Google's products tend to guide the new direction of future technology. Google Glass, the smart glasses that were suddenly suspended before, shocked many technology companies at that time.

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Everyone moved on.

Microsoft's HoloLens is next but Google glasses required an Internet connection via what can be still an expensive cellular plan. You can see how AR is fading too. Some technologies sound cool and that's all they are. Look at the passing of tech like this to see a trend. Sometimes it takes, sometimes it does not.

Here's a video that includes adoption rates and time to full (80%) adoption. It's something as a tech head you must be aware of:

Edited for spelling.

Post was last edited on January 29, 2019 2:27 PM PST

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thank you

Ok, thank you very much for your answer. I'll go home and have a look.

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Google Glasses

I have no experience regarding google glasses.

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