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Google's electronic eyewear gets 'OK Glass' voice commands

February 20, 2013
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Source: CNet

This Google Glass video, taken without the need to hold a camera, is part of a video-chat hangout.

This Google Glass video, taken without the need to hold a camera, is part of a video-chat hangout.

(Credit: Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET)

"OK Glass."

Those are the two words that Google showed today will initiate a variety of commands for its Glass computerized eyewear.

In the Google Glass "How it Feels" video, people speak the words "OK Glass" and then pick from a list of featured voice commands to send a message, record a video, take a photo, launch a video-chat hangout, conduct a search, check the weather, or get driving directions.

The demo is a concrete illustration of how Google is evolving its technology from a mere search engine to a constant personal companion that augments your mind.

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