Over the past couple of days, much has been talked about and said about Google Glass, including receiving its first ever facial recognition application. Well, Google Glass project leader and Google co-founder Sergey Brin was “caught” in the lobby at Google I/O, where the mob basically asked him for additional information concerning the future of Google Glass. In an impromptu discussion right there and then, a question was raised on whether speaking to someone while wearing an active Google Glass headset would end up being disorienting, since any kind of movement will result in a dizzying wobble effect that could eventually display a garbled video footage.
Brin did not mention right there and then as to whether there will be an actual date concerning the introduction of image stabilization on Google Glass, although he did mention, “stayed tuned, we might have some software that helps you out [with that issue].” I guess image stabilization is the way to go, and chances are there it could be implemented sooner rather than later.
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