Join Doug Winnie for an in-depth discussion in this video Can I reposition the interface?, part of Introducing Google Glass.
…When you initially get Glass, you need to fit…it, so it's going to fit your particular face.…There are two ways you can do this.…These nose pads here, you can then bend and twist to be…able to get them to fit directly onto the bridge of your nose.…Then this, the actual screen part that's located right here, if I tip…this up this way, you can see that it actually is able to rotate.…Now, as I'm doing this, this will change the position of the heads-up display.…So that it's either going to be to the right or to the left of my line of sight.…
So that's how you can control things, either horizontally and then the nose…pads control how vertically up or down it is on your line of sight.…
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Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. How Google Glass Works
2. Customizing Google Glass
3. Using Glass on the Go
4. Security and Maintenance
5. Google Glass in the Real World
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