1 year ago

Using Google Glass has really helped me figure out what are the buying aspects for me. It has showed me that the photo/video capabilities portray this without a doubt. How do the photos/videos last in different atmospheres? In Day 1, I took Google Glass Go-Karting in San Mateo, California. This was to test photos in darker areas, and video whilst moving at a high velocity. Using Glass was the best way to capture a moment like this as GoPro’s are too bulky, and way too noticeable for those random, sporadic, moments. After reviewing the footage, it revealed that the video was viewable, but the graininess was prominent in the dark. The velocity, and shakiness wasn’t the factor, but in low-light Glass cannot perform as well. This is for any camera, but is something to take into account for those purchasing it solely for the photo/video capabilities. Photos seemed fine, but large masses of light would often appear as blobs of the colors object, and this is due to the lack of image processing in a 5MP camera. The photos as a whole look pretty stellar, but when you zoom in it gets gross. Overall, in barely low-lit situations Glass can perform well, but once the lights dim, it’s all down hill from there.

What do you think of Google Glass in the dark? Do you think it is somewhat good? Let me know in the comments section down below!



  • Dave

    I’m glad you told us what go-karts are….

  • Andri

    lokks good!