Ever since we saw the Google Glasses for the first time in the form of rumors, we have been really excited about it. Then, Google staged an awesome show with sky divers, cyclists, and more with the Google Glasses at the Google I/O last year, to showcase the potential possibilities that can result from using the awesome gadget. Then, the search engine giant announced at the same event that it will be going to ship the Explorer Edition of the gadget to the developers who would pre order it at the same event.
Now, coming back to the present, the Google Glasses has been spotted at the FCC. A new filing shows the Google Glasses and its configuration at the FCC and has left us thinking. Last week, we saw one of the co-founders of the company, Sergey Brin, wore the Google Glasses on a subway ride. And that was the first time we saw the gadget in public. And probably that was the first time the gadget was put to a public test, a test in the real world. Ubergizmo writes:
The FCC filing reveals that the device is carrying a Broadcom 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g WiFi radio and a Bluetooth 4.0 + LE module. Interestingly, the document also shows a reference to an “integral vibrating element that provides audio to the user via contact with the user’s head.”
That could be the bone conducting audio gadget that the search engine recently patented. The charging of the device has been indicated as a USB port and a barrel connector. Other than this, we do not have any more info about the device. But pretty soon, we will be seeing an official announcement from the company telling that it will ship the gadget to the developers who had pre ordered the device at the Google I/O last year. Are you one of them?