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Google Glass For Dummies by Robert Stepisnik, Eric Butow

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Chapter 2

Finally On Your Head

In This Chapter

arrow Getting to know the device

arrow Powering on your Glass

arrow Charging the battery

arrow Fitting yourself with Glass

In order to change the world, you have to get your head together first.

— Jimi Hendrix

When you finally have Google Glass in your hands, you’ll want to put it on your head right away. It’s an amazing feeling when you first look up and see a small screen that lights up and waits for your orders. You have two choices about what to do next: Look at the clock on the first screen, or start exploring what this device is capable of doing.

Although watching numbers change on the clock can be exciting, there’s something even more exciting to explore just above your line of sight: a computer that performs almost every function you can imagine.

This chapter discusses how you can use Glass comfortably in your everyday activities and look good while wearing it.

Put Your Glass On

Before putting your Glass on your head, you should familiarize yourself with all the features that the device offers. We know that some of you are smart enough to figure things ...

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