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How to Fit Your Google Glass

The fitting process for Google Glass is simple, and if you fit the device on your head correctly, fitting should be a one-time event. The key to a comfortable Glass experience is making sure that the device isn’t in your way when you’re enjoying your everyday activities.

  • You should feel comfortable while wearing your Glass.

  • You’ll probably attract a lot of attention, so it’s important to look good.

Here are a few pointers for wearing Glass comfortably and looking great while doing it:

  • Position the display above your line of sight. The small cube that functions as the display should be located above your eye, not directly in front of it. Glass is designed to stay out of your way when it’s not needed.

  • Adjust the display as needed. Move the display forward or backward until you’re able to see every corner of the screen clearly.

  • Adjust the nose pads. Like every other pair of glasses you may have worn, Glass has to fit perfectly on your nose to work properly. The nose pads are adjustable, so do a little tweaking to get the best fit for your head.

It takes time to get used to wearing Glass, just as it does to get used to wearing a pair of new eyeglasses. Have fun exploring!

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