Google Glass teardown: uncovering what’s inside (images)

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You’ve seen images of Google Glass, probably you already had the chance to see someone walking with it, but you might haven’t seen yet what is inside of Glass. If you are curious, an electrical engineer Star Simpson and software engineer Scott Torborg, took upon themselves to figure out what components make this headset tick.

In the teardown you’ll see that there aren’t many surprises, Google’s headset is powered by a dual-core TI OMAP4430 processor, has a small Synaptics touchpad, really small electronic parts, and the disassembly requires to do some cutting to get inside and a Torx driver.

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If you want to see more, check out Catwig.com to view all the images and more details.

Via The Verge

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