Google has released a new version of its business-focused Glass AR reality headset. You are now assigning an official Google product instead of an experiment. Glass Enterprise Edition 2 costs $ 999, but it is not sold directly to consumers, as in previous versions. A new processor, enhanced camera, USB-C port for fast charging, and many other updates.
Google is still not positioning Glass as a mainstream product. But it looks like we're looking forward to more sales of Glass Enterprise Edition 2. The device has been moved from the Google X "moonshot factory" to the main Google product line and has been able to meet the needs of the growing wearable market.
The basic glass design has not changed much: it is a relatively simple head-up display, not a Microsoft HoloLens style mixed reality headset, Speeding up the processing speed with Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR1 chip designed for mobile phones. "With the power of the XR1, Google says it can integrate" computer vision and advanced machine learning "into its new Glass headset. Le provides the same functionality as recommended ns  Google has also partnered with Smith Optics to add a new safety frame to Glass, plus larger batteries and other upgraded components, and Glass is now available for Android Enterprise Supporting mobile device management to run on Android The existence of Glass Enterprise Edition 2 has been leaked months ago, and the news that we're moving to Android has been completed, but so far we have not received a complete picture of our plans yet. 19659005] Glass was originally charged with augmented reality headsets, but after a complaint about privacy and functionality was raised, Google relaunched it as a tool for surgeons Factory workers and other professionals.We believe that hands-free computing or problem Use Glass to solve It boasts reported by companies to "fast production times, improved quality and reduced costs." Because it was originally priced at $ 1,500 in the "Explorer Edition", you can still access more but not cheap The $ 999 cost of the Enterprise Edition 2.
Some other companies include Microsoft, Vuzix, and Epson. Meanwhile, consumer-oriented ARs are not far away, despite the presence of smart glasses such as North Focals. In the X program, Moving Glass appears to be trusted by Google, but now there are no signs of reaching more potential customers.