Saturday, March 2, 2013

The Google Goggles want to be the new must have fashion, Will they succeed?

Diane von Furstenberg google glass

The new glasses are cool Google me, and a lot, I must say. It is also because I like everything new related technology and new inventions you think we will change our way of seeing things. From Google it shows they are doing a good campaign to introduce these new glasses Google Glass to all types of markets and fashion influence is one of them. The proof is this video with Diane von Furstenberg.

The Belgian designer is one of the most popular fashion week in New York and one of the biggest names in media now. In addition, Diane von Fürstenberg is the current chair of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, so Google knows where to aim (does anyone doubt it?). Another thing is because if we are cool about their designs.

In this video we see how Diane von Furstenberg glasses used with most of its models to present his latest collection Autumn-Winter 2013/2014 a few days ago in New York. These glasses record video and the result is impressive. We see them as the new POV cameras in the world of film and television. That is, the cameras that simulate the point of view of the person who is looking at our collective eyes.

Light, movement, contrast, everything. Impressed me in that sense. It's another world. And this is one of the few new features that bring this type of glasses. What's more.

They note that Google searches fashion a sector with a capacity to create global trend and not be surprised to be playing to the main reference in this field so that they leave these trendsetters becoming Google Glass with all kinds of news, and share what we see, find information regarding this, among other things. Furthermore, it shows that they have carefully and futuristic design and hardly makes them not mount anything ostentatious and obnoxious to carry the street.

google glass

Moreover, when seeking new trend creators, Google has pointed to fashion bloggers, as you can see in this photo with Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge (come on, I swear it's her).

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