A man has taken to wearing Google Glass during a procedure for Alzheimer’s.
According to The Washington Post, Thomas S. Coates, 58, had his diagnosis made using Google Glass.
“It was really helpful,” Coates told The Post.
“I couldn’t tell the difference between the people who were using it and the people not.”
Google Glass’ ability to display images in augmented reality has been used to diagnose patients with conditions like Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s, and the technology has been touted as a potential treatment for the condition.
In March, Google Glass was featured in the upcoming film The Fifth Estate, starring Amy Adams, which explores how augmented reality could affect the lives of ordinary people.
The film is set to be released on November 6, and Coates is one of the main characters.
Google Glass is available for purchase for $2,399.
The device, which is not yet compatible with Google’s mobile app, was first introduced in 2014, and is currently available for pre-order through the Glass app.
It is one part of a new generation of wearable devices that promise to be much more versatile than ever before.
The Google Glass app is one way that the technology is being integrated into the lives and lives of everyday people.
It also makes the technology more accessible to those who don’t have access to a Google account.
Google has previously said that the Glass headset, which has a screen size of around 5 inches, is compatible with the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and Pixel smartphones.