This is a notebook about television, internet video, and what the next living room will be. It's an outline powered by Fargo. The editor of Glass is Zach Seward; the lead developer is Sam Williams.
The name is an argument: that media are best understood as competition for attention on screens connected to the internet. Phones, tablets, laptops, monitors, television sets—it's all just glass.
4.7-inch HD display, aluminum buttons, a Qualcomm processor, Adreno 330 graphics, and 2GB of RAM
It'll support ASAP, which predicts what you might want to stream and pre-caches it so it will start instantly.
Firefly can also auto-recognize what episode of what show you're watching on TV. Down to the scene.
Point the phone at any consumer packaged item. It will recognize the item. And of course you can buy it from amazon.— Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo) June 18, 2014
It's not "pop out at you parrallax" 3D, it's more like, well, "dynamic perspective." It's sort of 3D, but it's sort of just giving you a clearer view as you move your head.