Google Glass, a Google AR glasses technology, has closed its doors: Product sales were suspended yesterday, and support for pre-distributed devices will be discontinued until September 15th.
Google thanked users for their input over ten years ago, but opponents will likely refer to yet another defunct project for the company, which closed Stadia on January 18th.
Google Glass, originally intended as a consumer device, hasn't received the attention it hoped for, and has been reconfigured as an enterprise product over the years, capable of supporting the work of certain individuals.
Simultaneously with the redesign, smart glasses technology yes evolvedincorporating a larger display, a faster processor, and a lighter, more comfortable structure, but evidently this version has not made any inroads.
During the I / O conference last year, Google unveiled a few next-gen augmented reality glasses, but it isn't clear whether or not this new project will see the light, although the company remains interested in the potential of AR.