Published on July 3, 2012
The recent demonstration (if that's what you really
call it) of Google Glass at the search giant's I/O conference
could really fire up the imagination of someone in the data
center industry (or any industry) looking for a cool tool
of the future. Imagine a "heads up" display with
data, schematics, instructions and other information that
acts like a "second monitor" to your normal vision.
Google's high-tech glasses are a ways from commercial availability,
and prototypes are expensive: currently $1,500. But could
this new device be a herald of what's to come?
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