Earlier this morning, we covered the specifications of Google Glass, where it features the likes of 16GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi connectivity, a display that is the equivalent of a 25” HD screen whenever you look at it, and of course, a 5-megapixel camera. Heck, some folks have even taken the Google Glass out for a spin, recording a go-kart session along the way, and a recently discovered new patent application filed from Google shows that Google Glass’ 5-megapixel camera has more than meets the eye. In fact, it is said to support an autofocus camera, although it remains to be seen whether the first version of Google Glass will feature autofocus. Anyone with a pair of Google Glass care to confirm this feature?
Google’s patent filing claimed that the “camera could be an autofocus camera that provides an autofocus signal and that the autofocus camera may be used to adjust a focus point and a depth-of-field of a real-world view.”
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