In addition, the company has nixed the micro-USB plug for a USB-C port that supports faster charging, and made the battery slightly larger at 820mAh, which Google says should provide up to 8 hours of mixed use.
After rising from the rubbish bin of great consumer tech that fell flat, Google Glass has pulled off an unexpected second act bringing mixed reality to the enterprise.
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With other companies now entering smart eyewear sector - most notably Microsoft with HoloLens and HoloLens 2 - Google is back at it again with what it is calling Glass Enterprise Edition 2. Specifically, it takes advantage of Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR1 platform (10nm, 1.7GHz quad-core CPU) that has been specifically designed for wearable devices. It natively supports vision processing, six-degrees of freedom position tracking, and 3D accelerated graphics.
It also features 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 networking, a mono-speaker, 3 beam-forming microphones for voice commands, a multi-touch gesture touchpad on the stem, a 3-axis Accel/Gyro and 3-axis Magnetic field sensor. Physically, the form factor has also received a workmanlike upgrade. The optical display module at the front of the Glass 2 remains the same as before and features a resolution of 640 x 380.
There's also a new artificial intelligence engine along with big improvements to power efficiency, which means that the eyewear will be able to last longer on a charge.