- The Glass feels extremely light (ironically it has no glass at all just a frame with a tiny display on the upper right corner).
- The quality of the display in the current prototype we used was rather low (we even remember some flickering) – this is probably for reducing the power consumption as much as possible – we can only guess that the final version will have a much better display.
- The display did not interfere with our field of vision and we only noticed it when looking up and to the right. It displayed small icons which did not resemble any known OS (i.e. Android or anything of that sort).
- An invisible touch surface appears on the right side of the frame and acts as a controller. We didn’t use it but Marc briefly touch it when we had the Glass on and the icons moved.
- Despite its slim design and almost no weight, the Glass prototype apparently has wireless capabilities (probably WIFI not 3G) and even before we got to put it on, Marc took a picture of us and sent it online (we wouldn’t have notice it unless he told us) – how is that for an immediate connected photography experience?
* This article was written in cooporation with MegaPixel.co.il.