Google Glass lead says project is still a work in progress

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Google’s Project Glass product, the company’s venture into wearable computing, was officially unveiled over half a year ago at the Google I/O conference. Since then, we haven’t heard much from Google about the device, but today IEEE Spectrum published an interview with Babak Parviz, head of the project at Google. Parviz didn’t reveal too much that we didn’t already know, but he did lend a few details about Google’s intentions for Glass and how far along it is in its development process.

Currently, Parviz says that Glass has a touch pad for user control, but the company is still developing voice commands and head gestures for more intuitive control of the device. Google hopes to be able to get a full day of battery life out of Glass, but…

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