Google Wants to Test Augmented Reality Glasses in Public—What Could Go Wrong?
Google says it’s preparing to start testing new prototype augmented reality glasses in public next month. The renewed push for public testing comes despite a tidal wave of public backlash against the company’s first consumer smartglasses debacle nearly a decade ago. Google said it will begin testing its prototypes with around a dozen Google staffers and trusted testers with an apparent focus on "ensuring the privacy of the testers and those around them." Google teased a new pair of AR glasses capable of translating language in real-time at its I/O 2022 event but was lacking in details beyond that. Buy for $997 from Amazon Advertisement The general public at the time was deeply skeptical of Google Glass’ privacy implications.
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