According to a Tuesday post on the Google+ social network page of Google Glass, the latest update - dubbed version XE12 - released for the Glass software includes a new feature which will enable the users of the Internet-connected eyewear to click pictures with a "wink of the eye."
The new feature, which allows users to take photos by winking, is one of the several improvements which Google had made to its Glass device via the most recent update of the Glass software.
About the addition of the new feature to Glass, Google said on the Glass Google+ page: "We've got a new setting that lets you quickly and easily capture the moments you care about with a simple wink of the eye."
However, with Google revealing that the new feature is faster than the camera button or the voice action, and also that it works even when the display is off, it is being speculated that the feature will apparently escalate the privacy concerns that are already being voiced about the Glass wearable computing device.
Meanwhile, some of the other noteworthy features which the version XE12 update has brought to the Google Glass include the screen lock feature, as well as the ability to upload and share videos on YouTube.
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