Want to see what the Google Glass menus look like? [video]
If you’re one of the thousands of people who just can’t wait to get a glimpse of what it’s like to use Google Glass, then you should check this out. Dan McLaughlin has used a screen sharing app to display what shows on Google Glass during actual use on his Android phone.
The menus are simple, fluid, and intuitive. Reading your menu options seems to be very easy, and even things like setting up networking connections and making the device are awesome.
Hit up the video below, and you’ll get a 5 minute rundown of the menus, experience, and the closest you can get so far to the current Glass experience.
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