google glass project (00.4)
These two images of the Google Glass (red model), showing the finished Glass and the same Glass disassembled are clever and interesting. Posted on the website catwig.com, they were able to execute a complete take-apart. They also stated that they were able to reassemble and that the unit worked (albeit with cosmetic damage). Pretty ballsy, to pay $1,500.00 for a product, then tear it up, damaging the surfaces and seams in the process.
The above PDF file (LINK) is from the Dec. 2013 issue of Esquire magazine. Written by A.J. Jacobs, he takes a clever and humorous look at Google Glass. He takes the Glass out into everyday life, looking for humor and clever situations in which to avail himself of the tech tools contained within the Glass.
The above PDF file (LINK) is from the Aug. 2013 issue of The New Yorker magazine. Written by Gary Shteyngart. This article offers another humorous take, by another talented writer, on the use and application of the Glass in common society. Sometimes more important that the actual tech reference manuals for a given product, these everyday experience articles help prepare you for the features and functions of the device, not necessarily how it works. They help personalize the Glass.
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