Forward to 1:05 when Sergey is holding it in his hand, you can see it whole. It's pretty small.
Edit: when I saw the title I thought it would be about this:
Really though, if Apple brought these out would you expect them to work with Android? :-)
Apple may respond not by blocking a fantastic bit of kit (which would infuriate customers) but by buying a company that has its own patents on similar technology and building on the play they made in buying C3 from Saab. I'm hoping the latter.
Apple is a hardware company focused on seamless user experience, and highly skilled in nurturing a commercial developer base. They can think mapps.
Anyway, no matter what they look like I will be there on day one. I don't normally subscribe immediately to new tech like this. Took me a year or two to get a smartphone and I still don't have a tablet, but Glass is different.
One more thing - I really, really hope that people will find a way to load new OSes onto Glass. The technology is fantastic but it won't reach its full potential if it's locked away.
I also assume apps would take care of the vast majority of customization and extra functionality most users need.
How about the fact that a world leader was so excited about a self-driving car that he jumped in to take a spin down the 101?
I'll still be first in line to get one.
No, actually, I am surprised. I figured there would be a thin cord down to something about the size of a cigarette pack on your belt or in your pocket.
They said that they used to carry a backpack before.
I am incredibly excited for these, in any case.
One scene was how they continually used "microchips" to shrink the size of the headset.
I think most of the test fleet is still Toyotas. But if you're Sergey Brin and you show up with the President of Turkey then they let you borrow the Lexus.
We have a looot of radio waves around us all the time