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Google recently unveiled their new augmented reality product Google Glass to the public. “fishbat Splash” correspondent COO Scott Darrohn comments on the features of Google’s new Google Glass, calling it a “headache.”
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
On February 4, 2013, “fishbat Splash” correspondent Scott Darrohn, COO of Internet marketing firm fishbat, comments on the new features of Google’s new Google Glass and claims that they “sound like a headache.”
fishbat COO Scott Darrohn, host of “fishbat Splash”, recently covered the new Google product in a video press release. Google’s newest innovation would enhance user experience by allowing Google Glass wearers to access Google features like maps, news and weather search results.
Google Glass has been in and out of the news over the last two years. Google’s new details regarding the product indicate a new potential market for the search engine mogul.
Darrohn reports that the new Google eyewear could “record video, take pictures, get directions, weather updates and even see messages from your friends.” Darrohn also compared the Google eyewear to “something you would see on the Jetsons.”
Google announced that it would be hosting Glass Foundry events for its Google Glass developers in San Francisco from January 28th to the 29th and in New York from February 1st through the 2nd.
Despite the overwhelmingly positive response to the new tech, Darrohn is not convinced. Darrohn comments on Google Glass by further stating, “It’s a really innovated idea but honestly, how many people do you think will want to walk around wearing these glasses all day? It sounds more like a headache to me.”
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