The next version of Google Glass could be here anytime soon. Italian eyewear maker Luxottica’s CEO, Massimo Vian, talked prior today in Milan and said that the following emphasis of the connected specs are coming out very soon. Vian’s organization turned into one of Google’s partners in March 2014, engaged in the OG Google Glass. Vian couldn’t uncover an exact date when we can hope to see the cutting edge wearable.
Tony Fadell, who heads up Google’s Nest division, the second-generation Glass moves far from depicting the gadget as a toy for tech geeks, and transforms it into a valuable item for the regular person. What’s more, in the event that you imagine that this is an unthinkable task, you ought to check the quantity of dynamic smartphone clients that there are on the world now. Fadell will take his capabilities selling a buyer tech item at Google, and apply it to Google Glass.
Vian says that second version of Glass is being prepared and that the Glass group is dealing with thoughts for version 3. Google Glass head Ivy Ross has beforehand said that the following version of Glass would be less expensive (the OG model will retail at $1500), offering a better sound quality and display, and be furnished with a more enduring battery life. Tragically for Google, none of those things were the explanation behind the wearable’s creeping sales.
Rather, it was the “creepiness” factor that may have made Google Glass hard to sell. With bars and restaurants banning clients from wearing the connected specs, and clients being nicknamed “Glassholes” the most concerning issue that Ross has is softening the picture of the item and turning it from something that stalkers would use to making it an item with features that the vast majority couldn’t endure the day without.