Luxottica CEO says firm is engaged on Google Glass 2.zero
When Nest CEO Tony Fadell took over Google Glass again in February, he pledged to redesign the headset “from scratch.” Nicely, it seems to be like that course of is properly underway. In an organization assembly right now, Luxottica CEO Massimo Vian stated the Italian eyewear firm is working with the parents in Mountain View on not one, however two new variations of the gadget. Luxottica owns manufacturers Ray-Ban and Oakley, and for those who’ll recall, the corporate labored with Google on frames for the unique model of Glass.
“What you noticed was model 1,” Vian stated. “We’re now engaged on model 2, which is in preparation.”
Vian additionally defined that a third model is within the works, and there are presently “second ideas” on what it’s going to seem like. Except for the promised redesign, particulars are scarce on the brand new mannequin(s), in addition to stories that it will be powered by Intel and purpose to be what Google’s Eric Schmidt calls “prepared for customers.” Talking of Intel, Luxottica has its personal product within the works with the chip maker that is set to debut in 2016.
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