Posted June 23, 2018 08:29:52In the past few months, we’ve been hearing from a variety of sources about what’s been going on with the Google Glass and its hardware.
Google is continuing to push the product, with its latest marketing campaign, but the company is also working on an industrial design and manufacturing process that will allow for a new, much-needed eyewear to come to market.
The current process is using an old, very expensive, and often problematic material, titanium dioxide.
While titanium dioxide is relatively inexpensive, it’s very hard to process and can be hazardous to workers.
Titanium dioxide is also very fragile and difficult to transport.
That means it can be difficult to source and transport to places that are less-populated.
With an industrial process that uses titanium dioxide as a substitute, Glass can potentially be manufactured in less than a month, and that could make it an attractive product for the millions of people who currently wear glasses in public.
There are other important points that should come up in the Glass discussions, but let’s start with the safety issue.
Glass is currently only designed to work in the most extreme conditions.
The Glass team is currently working on software that will help people wear Glass in a more comfortable environment.
However, there are no currently-available tests to show that Glass is completely safe when worn in extreme environments.
That’s not to say Glass isn’t safe, but it’s definitely not the safest glasses on the market.
Google has acknowledged that Glass does have a slight hazard factor when wearing the device in extreme conditions, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s unsafe.
The team has also said that Glass isn