Google Glass gets a full teardown, and it’s built to impress
So, you get a new pair of Google Glasses. What’s the first thing you do? Tear it apart piece by piece, of course. Well, that’s what the folks over at catwig have done, anyway.
Catwig took apart Google Glass, and laid out all the hardware: everything from the optics (which use a “folded light pathway”, and make the display appear to float a few feet away from the user) to the battery (roughly a 570 mAh battery). We also get a look at the bone conduction speaker, which is reported to be a pretty awesome experience to use.
Be sure to hit up the source link below for the full teardown, and let us know what you think in the comments.
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