Military Google Glass for Soldiers


Google Glass can be quite useful for the average consumer. But the technology has some serious applications in the military and other areas. In fact, soldiers in the American military could soon sport Google Glass-like devices that can measure distances, communicate with drones, and display 3D buildings. Q-Warrior, built by United Kingdom-based BAE Systems, turns regular soldiers super.

Since this is a developing military project, you are going to have a hard time getting more specific information on it. But let’s just say these helmets can’t be hacked easily. We can’t say when a rollout of these will happen.


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