Subscribe to our newsletter

Get the State of Digital Newsletter
Join an elite group of marketers receiving the best content in their mailbox
* = required field
Daily Updates

So How Does The Google Glass Work?

19 April 2013 BY

54 Flares Twitter 2 Facebook 7 Google+ 39 LinkedIn 3 Buffer 3 Email -- StumbleUpon 0 Pin It Share 0 54 Flares ×

Last night I listened in on Google’s first quarter 2013 earnings talk with amongst others Larry Page. Page also talked about Google Glass and how it would be a pricey and thus a luxury product. It didn’t change my mind: I still want one. No matter how expensive or privacy sensitive it is.

But how does the Glass really work you ask? Well maybe this will shine some light on it:




Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
  • Andy

    Nice insight, thanks =) I can’t wait until someone finally has the guts to tear one down! I would also love to see a video of someone showing what it really looks like, rather than Google’s augmented view to show their idea of what it should look like.

  • Alastair Alex

    work! I always like to leave comments whenever I see something unusual or
    impressive. I think we must appreciate those who do something especial. Keep
    it up, thanks

    geo tv live

  • DavidTheSlayer

    Won’t one be able to feel the battery’s weight on behind ones ear?

  • Rev. Lyle H. Rasch

    Interesting to see how it develops….and how people will use it.

  • drake

    thanks i got a pair for my birthday and i was wondering if you can listen to music

  • Saumyaraj

    Thank you, It was nice reading.Keep it up.

  • Pingback: How Google Glass Work? | Piyush Pujara

  • Pingback: Google Glass: Technology of the Future, Today | Appleton Creative

54 Flares Twitter 2 Facebook 7 Google+ 39 LinkedIn 3 Buffer 3 Email -- StumbleUpon 0 Pin It Share 0 54 Flares ×

Nice job, you found it!

Now, go try out the 12th one:

Use Google Translate to bypass a paywall...

Ran into a page you can't read because it is blocked or paywalled? Here's a quick trick (doesn't always work, but often does!):

Type the page into Google translate (replace the example with the page you want):

How about that!?

Like this 12th trick? Tell others they need to look for this trick on our page:

Or Tweet: Found the secret 12th one!