Google Glass Specifications Disclosed by Google to FCC
Google had disclosed some Google Glass Specifications to FCC. Google wants to keep its Google glass wearable display under wraps. But in order to distribute the device under non-disclosure agreements among software developer, it is must to comply FCC requirement. As a result, FCC had revealed some of the technical specification on their website.
Some Google Glass Specifications (Expected)
- Google Glass augmented reality glasses model XEB (FCC id A4R-X1).
- Android Operating System.
- Weight Approximate 36 Grams.
- Variety of sensor (Gyroscope, Accelerometer & Magnetometer).
- Touch pad to access and control.
- Speaker to listen.
- Eye controller to control (10 X 8 mm).
- Visualization effect in 3D.
- Broadcom 2.40GHz 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi.
- Bluetooth 4.0 low energy radios.
- GPS Chip.
- 3G, 4G connections (No cellular).
- Front-facing camera with flash.
- Can pair with Android device (expected to pair with iOS also).
- 3.2 mega pixel (2048 x 1536 p resolution).
- Video recording up to 1080p (HD).
- Brightness >1 000 FLT.
- Transparency >78%.
Google is currently selling the Google Glass at a price of $1500. Google Glass is distributed through an application process. Currently application process has been stopped and Google is not taking more application. By this process, Google Glass is distributed among several developers to develop the applications.
According to the some reliable sources, the expected price of Google Glass is somewhere near to the price of current smart phones available in market. So expected price is somewhere around $750 to $900. Currently Google is selling Developer version – traditionally more expensive than the consumer units.
According to a source, the bidding on ebay had reached to $16,000 for $1500 device before it was removed because the seller could not prove possession. We will update this article as we get more information about Google Glass.