A new patent registered by Google has revealed new details about their Google Glasses eyewear, complete with detailed diagrams of the new Google Project Glass eyewear.
Other details within the Google Glasses patent explains how the device can be configured, explaining that the screen of the glasses could be adjusted “normal to the focal center of the eye,”.
The Google Glasses patent explains:
“An electronic device including a frame configured to be worn on the head of a user is disclosed. The frame can include a bridge configured to be supported on the nose of the user and a brow portion coupled to and extending away from the bridge and configured to be positioned over a side of a brow of the user. The frame can further include an arm coupled to the brow portion and extending to a free end.
The first arm can be positionable over a temple of the user with the free end disposed near an ear of the user. The device can also include a transparent display affixed to the frame adjacent the brow portion and an input affixed to the frame and configured for receiving from the user an input associated with a function. Information related to the function can be presentable on the display.”
“Other personal image displays can be what is referred to as a heads-up display, wherein the image is displayed on, in, or through a transparent display that superimpose the displayed image over a view of the surrounding environment.”
For more information on the new Google Glasses patents jump over to the US Patent & Trademark Office website for details, as there is plenty to read on the subject of the new Google Project Glass eyewear.
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