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Google glasses has the same functions as smart phones. It can take photos, make video calls and identify directions through voice control, surf the Internet, process text messages and e-mails. It is also called wearable computer. But in mainland China, the price is about 15000 yuan. I can't afford to buy a loser like me, even if I have money.

After all, Google still attaches great importance to the Chinese market. From Google's hesitation in moving out of the mainland, we can see the influence of the mainland market on Google. The operating system of Google glasses uses Google Android to connect to the Internet through the existing 3G technology in 2012 (other companies in China, except mobile communications, including Telecom, have mastered this technology, you can understand that wo 3G is this) or the next generation of 4G Technology (in fact, this technology has been put into use in the United States).

Google glasses comes from Google x, which is the "moonshot (crazy and difficult project) factory" hyped by the technology giant Google. Highly confidential researchers are studying the future science fiction technology. For a company that has apparently studied jet packs and teleportation, driverless cars and artificial intelligence seem pretty common. Google sold Google glasses for $1500 in 2013, initially with about 8000 early buyers.

The user can use the touch pad to control the glasses, or use voice commands to tilt the head back to activate it. Audio relays (like several wearable products) transmit sound through bone conduction. This will usher in the era of augmented reality (AR), which is the next best choice to implant chips directly into the brain. On the surface, this seems to be a reasonable proposal. People have been dreaming of AR for a long time, that is, a built-in Jarvis style computer, the intelligent housekeeper of iron man, which allows you to get additional information and get instant communication without touching a button. With smartphones everywhere, this seems like a natural step forward.

However, Google glasses has met with strong opposition. People may be willing to give their data to the company, but they don't like the fact that someone might photograph it in public. The worst side of smartphones is that many times we have to talk to people who scroll the screen and are absent-minded. In revolutionary road, there is a famous analogy about an old couple's loveless marriage: the husband turns down his hearing aid to zero in order to close the conversation with his wife. For many people, Google glasses seems to offer us a new way to ignore each other and just support our Twitter flow.