Google aims to solve the problem of theft before Project Glass enters the market
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QR codes on tombstones could offer messages from beyond the grave
By The Associated Press, gjsentinel.com
DETROIT — Viv Miller sat on the ground, next to her husband’s tombstone. She grabbed her smartphone, scanned a code on an aluminum tag stuck to the memorial and a website popped…
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I can’t decide if this is a late April fools or real news.
Google has taken the wraps off techno-glasses which add emails, Google searches and even directions over your view of the world.
The glasses - unveiled via a Google Plus page, Project Glass, are voice-controlled, and offer GPS directions as well as email and video chat through a built-in screen directly in front of a user’s eyes.
The glasses are a product of Google’s ‘Google X’ blue-sky ideas lab - and the search giant is looking for ideas to improve them.
Nat Geo’s Augmented Reality Program with @appshaker