What It’s Like To Use Google Glass

I can’t wait for Google Glass. Call me what you like, I want one, but I’m not entirely sure what it’s going to be like having a screen in front of my face the whole time. Thankfully, there’s a website that now lets you simulate your Glass experience without being a Google Explorer.

The site takes the card templates that Google Glass projects in front of your eye and allows you to either upload your own field of view image of what you’re looking at to simulate the experience, or just activate your webcam with sound to show you what it would be like having a card visible in real-time.

Here are a few images of what I generally look at around the office.

My desk:

Telling Mark Serrels, Kotaku editor, something he couldn’t care less about:

Interestingly, that second example lets you pull in live video from your webcam to simulate a video call held via Glass.

There’s also a concept gallery of much cooler simulations.

Of course it’s not a real simulation of what wearing Glass will be like, but goddamn if it isn’t the best simulation we’ve seen yet. [GlassSim via CNET]

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