"That is not to say Google Glass 2.0, rumored to be in the works, or even future products like this could gain consumer traction some day, but it will come at a deep marketing cost and may be well into the future if they get accepted at all. In the mean time, products like Sony’s Morpheus, Facebook’s Oculus and even Microsoft’s HoloLens will take aim at a higher-end gaming audience or those focused on virtual and augmented reality and be priced like vertical market products — well out of reach for the general consumer for a long time.The Debacle of Google Glass | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
But even if Google Glass 2.0 comes out or others create glasses similar at cheaper prices, I see them as being dead in the water for consumers. While Google was playing with Glass, Apple brought out the ideal extension of your smartphone in the form of a watch."
Friday, May 08, 2015
The Debacle of Google Glass | Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis
A timely wearable reality check