Google Will Start the Google Glass Project from Scratch!

Google Glass Project from Scratch

A few days ago the news of the sale of Google Glass is placed on ice was all over the internet. But now it seems that things will change again with the production of Google Glass. The tech giant will start again on the Glass project from scratch, according to the New York Times. After the sales development of the prototype was stopped in January to be stopped claimed. Now the project will start again under Tony Fadell, former CEO of Nest and gadget designer at Apple.

Building ‘From Scratch’

According to reports the New York Times, has the revival of Google Glass up by the public “division” which was made famous a few weeks ago. This step brought Tony Fadell in the image and according to reports, he will “reshape a product from scratch.”
Consultant Fadell said, “It will not be a public experiment Tony is a product guy and he is not to solve something until it’s perfect..” This is in accordance with the “division” announcement with which the Explorer Beta Test program came to an end and new versions of glass only come out “when they are ready.”
Now with tag, so it seems that everything about the future of Google Glass that we knew lost. Prior to the announcement of the reconstruction of the project we had the expectation that we get a new version of Google Glass in 2015, which would use an Intel SoC. But now with the reconstruction, it means that the project will make it for many years.

Google+ – a good analog for Glass

Another product from Google, which has struggled since its release, Google+ is. It is a good analog for Google Glass. Vic Gundotra, head of Google + Google had left about a year ago. His departure from the company arrived at the same time when the social network went for a change of direction. The stress on Google+ has been reduced in the last year and was released only a slight function.
Get Started with Google Glass from scratch, it is foolish to expect that the refined product will be available in the near future.


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