Google Releases Instructional Video For Google Glass

  • Swipe and gesture-based controls
  • Screen manual adjustment
  • Card-type interface

Google has just release an instructional video on how to use (or at least how the company envisions it to be) its futuristic Glass heads up display.

  • Swipe and gesture-based controls
  • Screen manual adjustment
  • Card-type interface

Google has just release an instructional video on how to use (or at least how the company envisions it to be) its futuristic Glass heads up display.

The video shows users typical commands and the basic user interface of the device. From the video, the basic functions of the Glass can be controlled using the touchpad located at the side of the device. Navigation is done by swiping the touchpad while selecting items and options can be done by tapping it.

 

 

The video also shows the card-type interface of Glass. Cards are arranged in a horizontal manner and acts as the user’s timeline. A clock sits on the homescreen of the device. Cards on the left are things happening currently including weather, incoming flights and calendar events. On the other hand, cards on the right include messages, videos and photos.

However, it’s a bit surprising that the video didn’t show any features of the device that involved voice commands. In prior promotional videos for Glass, Google has always featured scenes where users give voice commands to the glass to perform specific functions such as taking a photo or recording a video.

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