Google to launch 3D interactive internet visor Google Goggles

Google to launch 3D interactive internet visor Google Goggles

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30 March 2007: Google representatives report that the company Google is preparing a new product called Google Goggles, an interactive visor that will present Internet content in three dimensions. The Google Goggles are developed in cooperation with Israeli Mirage Innovations

Google’s new three dimensional virtual reality:
Anyone putting on “the Googgles” as the insiders call them, will be immersed in a three dimensional “stereo-vision” virtual reality called 3dLife. 3dLife is a pun referring to the three dimensional nature of the interface, but also a reference to the increasingly popular Second Life virtual reality.

The “home page” of 3dLife is called “the Library”, a virtual room with virtual books categorized according to the Dewey system. Each book presents a knowledge resource within 3dLife or on the regular World Wide Web. If you pick the book for Pandia, Google will open the Pandia Web site within the frame of a virtual painting hanging on the wall in the virtual library.