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The folks behind Google are getting into fashion well sort of the companies running tests on its own I -- line they call project glass.
But what makes this different than any other -- on the market is that these glasses but the company's web services in your face take a -- Meet -- in front of strand book.
-- -- -- Google's video talked about all the cool things you -- -- in your daily life to communicate with friends along with video -- the glasses can also snapped photos and display directions at the sound of the user's voice where's the music section.
Google positions the data in the -- line of sight some critics say the constant barrage of information.
Could pose a distraction while walking or driving people can even text and walk at the same time without tripping.
So now we're going to be communicating with the pop -- in our faces about a friend talking to -- or about a map some fans of the prototype saying this could be the next step in the evolution of technology.
The really cool thing is that augmented reality is still really trying to take off here on mobile phones right now it's not that great.
But if Google can perfected and they are the ones that can because they have mapping search everything down voice controls.
So you'll be able to talk your glasses and actually get that map or know that the six as close as we often do.
While some of you might be eager to get a -- no word as to win these glasses will hit store shelves.
In New York Ainsley Earhardt Fox News.
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