How to Use Google Glass [Video]

How to use Google glass? This video shows how you can use controls on Google glass, the revolutionary Google wearable technology that promises to change the way we use social media sharing and interface with current smart devices and gadgets.

Google glass

You remember how you could become the first to buy Google glass – the explorer edition, through a social media campaign on Twitter and Google plus. Well some people did get to own the $1500 Google Glass and test it out. In fact word is that its getting more common to see it around the Google campus.

Here is the video recently released for the basic uses of Google glass.

Note how beautifully they have added the touch interface in the right spectacle frame bar. The touch gestures are also simple, possible because you need to us them while doing some other activities. Simple swipe and tap can let you perform multiple tasks efficiently.

And this video shows you all the wonderful things Google glass can do

Here is a good review of Google glass if you want one. Looking forward to Google glass become cheaper and freely available.


  1. Widget For Blogger says:

    thanks for the info still waiting for the google glass to get launched in india.

  2. Ryan Bailey says:

    Thanks for posting this and the review you linked to. As a gadget freak I have to say Glass has far too many shortcomings for me to consider it (battery life, limited applications, reliance on cloud rather than local storage, looks too “geeky”, etc). Version 2, in fact probably Version 3 in a couple of years’ time would probably be more interesting. But I take my hat off to Google for being brave enough to put a concept into actual development.

  3. Ryan Bailey says:

    Nice article thanks. I suspect version 3 in a couple of years’ time will be the one to look at closely. This version and the next one are really going to be for beta testers to iron out the faults outlined in the review you linked to. But credit to Google for actually taking a product from concept to reality, however successful or not it turns out.

  4. Mohit says:

    They should reduce the price of the device if they expect the public to buy it. And, is the projection of the glass in only one eye? I mean isn’t it uneasy to wear glasses where one of your eye is seeing things and the other isn’t.? Anyway, i am eagerly waiting for google glasses.

    • P. Chandra says:

      When it is tested enough and goes into production for public use, the prices will surely drop.

  5. Kumar Suhas says:

    Hello P.Chandra, Great information! Google Glass is one the most anticipated projects and feeling it for the first time must be great feeling. I can just imagine how useful it will be in future.

  6. Riya Mathur says:

    Thanks for info, Yes can’t wait anymore to have one glass in hand for playing with . Google rocks, Nice video, Thanks for sharing

  7. Riya Mathur says:

    Nice video, Thanks for sharing, Waiting to have one glass in hand, Google rocks

  8. Clair says:

    Thanks for the good review. I was curious about Google glass. But isn’t the price a bit high? I am also waiting to get it in cheap price.

  9. manish says:

    great video…google has so many solution to a single problem..

  10. Aditya says:

    Nice video about Google Glass. Nice Solution with Awesome Technology!!!

  11. RobertB says:

    I’m looking forward to trying it out but I’m not sure how successful it will be. There’s privacy issues that haven’t been addressed yet and many cafes and restaurants in Silicon Valley have banned them. Let’s wait and see.

  12. Topogane says:

    Technology’s with you. Everywhere you go

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