Google Draw is augmented reality paintbrush for Google Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Google Glasses have let loose our imagination when it comes to hand-free interaction with the world around us. But have we taken the hand-free dream far beyond our real capability? Industrial designer Jorge Trevino Blanco from Mexico believes otherwise and that is why he has his own version of a Google Glass compatible stylus that gives artists and people obsessed with interactive technology a chance to explore their skills. Google Draw is a stylus that lets you paint the world with your artistic prowess and do much more with Google Glasses.

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

The multifunctional stylus lets you paint the world in your virtual reality imagination and also lets you do things like voice search for important landmarks, or search for terms that you are not acquitted with. The stylus has plethora of options to control the flow of virtual color and adjust the size of strokes of the sketch of graffiti in your mind.

To cut it short, Google Draw is your modern day paintbrush with no bounds to let loose your imaginations. Combined with the possibilities that Google Glasses put forth, the Google Draw iteration is definitely something that Google can take seriously.

Have a look at the visual demonstration of what exactly Google Draw stylus for Glass is meant for and how it could combine augmented reality with tangible world to paint the world you live in.

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Jorge Trevino Blanco Google Draw stylus for Glass

Source: Behance

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