Last night Google released a software update for Google Glass that offers better photos and photo captions. It’s part of a team goal to push out new releases every month.
The new photo software captures multiple images every time you take a picture, then stacks them to create a better-quality image than a single shot could ever be. That’s the kind of multi-shot technology seen on Sony and other digital cameras which is used primarily in low-light situations to capture more visual data.
Glass will do this when there’s not much light available, and Google says it will capture a brighter, sharper image, but Glass is also stacking images in normal light, which should result in better saturation and detail.