this glass scratched over 2 days that the phone was in my pocket!?
where i can find camera lens/protective glass ?
and is there any chance to put real camera glass instead the original camera glass?
I get so excited when I get new tech, and moving from an iPod 5G to a Note 4, the camera is in a different place so I tend to touch it more. I know this sounds stupid but I tried to push it to break it (LOL). The glass is really strong and it's Gorilla Glass 3 I believe. How strong is that glass and how hard is it to get it scratched?
Also, do I need to get an otterbox case for my Note 4?
I have the galaxy s5 and I have it in the otter box i never take it out of the otter box and iv never dropped it. One day I looked at it and the camera glass was shattered so I got the replacement glass on eBay and it worked great for a few days then just now I tried to take a photo and the camera wont focuse on anything unless it is about 2 feet or further away.
The news about Google Glass just keeps coming today. After announcing that Glass is about to ship and releasing the Glass Mirror API documentation, Google has now also posted the full spec sheet for the Glass hardware.
I want to create a Glass app that responds to a finger waved past the Glass camera much like the shape splitter mini game does. For those of you who are unfamiliar with shape splitter a screen cast to a phone of it is shown here, the swiping is created by moving your finger in front of glass' camera.
Hii I just bought the Nexus 5. I know the camera lens protrudes a bit and its not made out of durable glass. I like the feel of the Nexus 5 and I don't want to use a cover. Can anyone tell me if the camera lens gets scratched?
Thanks in advance
I'm a newbie at coding for Android (but not totally to Java) and I'm trying to make a simple camera app for Google Glass. I want it to automatically take a photo every couple of minutes and process the input, but Google glass forces you to "tap to accept" for every photo if you use the native Camera implementation.
Over a year after the announcement Of Google Glass, many folks I talk to still seem to be misunderstanding what Glass can actually do.
“It’ll be great for Augmented Reality!” they say, assuming that Glass can render objects directly into your full view of the world (it can’t.) “Ooh!