The second generation Google Glass wearable doesn’t look too different from the first two models that were debuted to invited participants of the Glass Explorer programs more than a year ago.
Specifically, Glass Enterprise Edition (the model that just passed through the FCC) is tasked with becoming an easy-to-integrate solution for enterprise tasks — in other words, proprietary software for very specific applications. No longer a pair of glasses, Google Glass is shaping up to become more aesthetically pleasing and less”creepy” than it was previously.
Looking at this model closely, it can be deduced that Google reinforced several parts, as well as adding a ball joint hinge to have the display fit multiple head sizes. Hundreds of units have been circulating as part of the Glass for Work program.
Meanwhile, Google hasn’t said anything regarding new Glass models.