Google is making its most recent expanded reality headset, Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2, accessible for direct buy, almost a year in the wake of propelling it through select working environment accomplices for $999 a unit. The value continues as before (or somewhat more in the event that you get the Glass “case” appended to a band), yet Google says you never again need to experience an “answer supplier” to buy one.
That is particularly useful for engineers who might need to tinker with Google’s heads-up show and haven’t had the option to effectively do as such since the gadget’s underlying, disastrous “Pilgrim Edition” dispatch path in 2014.
Once more, this is an undertaking item, so it’s not intended for regular buyer use. It’s essentially for employments in development and on industrial facility floors just as in the restorative field and different orders that can utilize an easier heads-up show and that don’t (yet) require something like an out and out blended reality gadget like Microsoft HoloLens.
“Since Glass Enterprise Edition 2 propelled last May, we’ve seen solid interest from designers and organizations who are keen on building new, supportive venture answers for Glass,” Jay Kothari, the Google Glass venture lead, writes in a blog entry distributed on Tuesday. “So as to make it simpler for them to begin working with Glass, they would now be able to buy gadgets straightforwardly from one of our equipment affiliates, for example, CDW, Mobile Advance or SHI.”