Google is set to launch a new dyeing technology for Google’s wearable smart eyewear that is designed to help people see darker colours.
The dyeing system, called BlackDye, is designed specifically for use with Google Glass, and the technology can be applied to all types of eyewears.
The technology is already being used in the US for wearable computer monitors, and is also being used to produce the colour palettes of the Google Glass display.
The idea is to use an enzyme that is made by the bacterium Rhodobacter to remove excess dye from the surface of the glasses.
This enzyme can be chemically modified, making it a flexible and durable material that can be removed with a brush.
BlackDyes are made up of a mixture of compounds that is extracted from the bacteria and then filtered and then washed away with water.
The process produces a watery product, but it’s not a very watery dye.
BlackDyes can be used for an extended period of time without the need for frequent washing.
A recent study in the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology found that BlackDys are up to 70 times more effective at removing dye from human skin than commercial alternatives, which include bleaching agents like chlorhexidine and citric acid.
The technology is also able to remove toxins from water and can be easily used to treat wounds, according to a statement from Google.
Google Glass was designed to wear over the glasses, but will also be able to wear the device in a variety of ways, including via Bluetooth or with a camera.
Google has been working on the technology for some time, and will be launching the first batch of the dyeing systems this summer.
The company said it would start shipping to its Glass users by the end of next year.
The new dye is made from two molecules, a cyanide compound and a porphyrin compound, which are chemically similar.
The porphyrs are made from cyanide and porphin, which is the molecule in red, blue and yellow.
Cyanide can be found in nature and has a number of chemical properties that allow it to be used as a catalyst in chemical reactions.
Cyanide has been used in modern chemistry since the 1920s, when it was used as an antiseptic by the chemist James Watson to kill germs.
It was discovered as a pigment by the German chemist Friedrich Berg that can change colour depending on its concentration.
Berg found it to have the ability to absorb light, and eventually discovered that it could be used to create a color that is much more stable than a base colour that was also used in dyeing paints.
It also works well as a dye for printing, and it can be a light absorbing element in other materials, like ceramics and ceramic compounds.