New Online: Google Glass Preview Video
Here’s a new preview video (supplied by Google) of what it looks like when wearing a pair of the glasses. You’ll also here people using voice activated commands (e.g. “record a video”) to accomplish different tasks. A few static images are also available here.
Want to get a pair…soon?
You’ll need to become a Google Glass Explorer. The company is looking for “bold” and “creative” people to help them shape the future of Google Glass.
All of the details here.
If you’re accepted you’ll also need to buy a pair of the glasses ($1500/USD) and be in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles to attend a “special pick-up experience.”
- Google Glass features unveiled in preview video (via BBC News)
- “Ok, Glass, record a video”: Google provides another glimpse of Glass (via ars technica)
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