Wired.com/articles/53924/google-wants-to-create-a-new-internet-for-your-eyes Google wants you to be able to “look at images without blinking” in its new video encoder.
But the company says the idea is still a work in progress and that it’s not yet available in your device.
Google is developing a new video encoding API that will let people use its video-encoding API to decode videos.
It’s not clear how the encoder would work, but Google has released the video below to show off what it could look like.
This video shows the encoding process:The encoding process in action:The video below also shows the video stream.
Google has also released an Android app called Video Stream, which lets you watch videos on your Android phone.
The encode API works by converting video files into binary data that you can decode with Google’s video encoders.
When you watch a video on your phone, the video codec is encoded in the background and then passed to Google’s Video Stream.
Google calls the process “streaming” and says it’s “the foundation of the web.”
But there’s a catch: Google’s encoding API is currently available only for Android devices, but the company wants to bring it to other platforms, too.
This is because Google wants people to use it with other video apps and web browsers.
So the encode API is the first thing people should try out with Google Video.
But it won’t be the only way to get to that point.
Google is also working on a “virtual encoding” API that allows you to encode video in the browser, too, but only if you have a compatible browser.
Google says it is “looking at several” of these technologies, but has not released any details.
Google’s video encoding is not the only technology it is working on.
Google’s Glass project is also focusing on encoding video.