Those are the two words that Google showed today will initiate a variety of commands for its Glass computerized eyewear.
In the Google Glass “How it Feels” video, people speak the words “OK Glass” and then pick from a list of featured voice commands to send a message, record a video, take a photo, launch a video-chat hangout, conduct a search, check the weather, or get driving directions.
A Chinese company is creating some buzz online for naming its sunglasses line for Helen Keller, the deaf and blind American woman who became an advocate for people with disabilities.
In a commercial for the eyewear, a stylish woman steps off a plane and walks past a long line of waiting photographers. They initially do nothing, but when she puts on the Helen Keller glasses they feverishly begin to take [...]
People eat 10% less if they think cookies are larger
Colour blue ‘calms’ the brain persuading dieters to eat less
‘Metacookie’ techno-glasses use built-in TV screen to show dieters other foods as they eat
A new set of Japanese inventions could revolutionise dieting – but Western dieters may find the drawbacks a little difficult to ‘swallow’.
Dieters have to wear a pair of goggles which ‘trick’ eaters into thinking food is 50% bigger – [...]