Google Glass vs K-Glass

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New smart-glass version comes from South Korea. No, we are not talking about Samsung. Although, it is more than obvious where will the leading team of the most prestigious technology university in South Korea go to offer their invention for commercial use. Apparently, they have come up with something better than the Google Glass itself. On the other side, it is not easy and simple situation as you may expect it after reading these introductory lines.

For what is worth, K-Glass can identify more objects than the Google Glass. However, this product made in South Korea is not so charming at first glance. Literally, it looks like you glued a chip on your ordinary glasses. The scientists are taking an advantage of the recent government’s generosity when it comes to the “creative” economy. This product can definitely be described as being a creative one.

Let us be a little bit more honest and positive about this project. This is only a prototype. It comes without saying that the first Google Glass prototypes certainly would not have been eye-catching, as well. Maybe, Borg-resistance-is-futile looks are only the first phase of development. At the end of the day, all that really matters is what these glasses can really do for their users.

So, what will happen next? It is not unlikely that some of the scientists involved in this project will eventually knock on the Samsung’s door. The smart device family is open for new members such as smart-watches and smart-glasses. On the other hand, it is more than obvious that even the kitchen devices are becoming smarter each day. Welcome to the smart new world.

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