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From a report and user review, Joshua Topolsky of The Verge details his experience first trying on Glass:
“Here’s what you see: the time is displayed, with a small amount of text underneath that reads “ok glass.” That’s how you get Glass to wake up to your voice commands. Actually, it’s a two-step process. First you have to touch the side of the device (which is actually a touchpad), or tilt your head upward slowly, a gesture which tells Glass to wake up. Once you’ve done that, you start issuing commands by speaking “ok glass” first, or scroll through the options using your finger along the side of the device. You can scroll items by moving your finger backwards or forward along the strip, you select by tapping, and move “back” by swiping down. Most of the big interaction is done by voice, however.”
And yes, with a simple verbal command of “Okay Glass, Search…” the entire web’s portfolio of cats, web news, articles, images, videos and more become available to you.
The gadget connects via WiFi, or can link up to devices with Bluetooth. This, according to The Verge, could be its biggest fault — lack of data connectivity. However, as more cities are adapting free WiFi policies for their downtown districts, this could become less of a problem…
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