Google Glasses Ready for Rollout (Developers Only For Now)

January 24, 2013

Project Glass is Google’s initiative to develop futuristic, Internet-connected glasses that show digital information right in front of your eyes, projected over the physical world, including directions, messages, and more.

Although they are not for sale quite yet, the company recently announced that it is holding events in New York City and San Fransisco where it will give software and app developers an opportunity to use the spectacles, and suggest software ideas and tie-ins. Alas, consumers will need to wait to purchase a pair.

For a video illustrating the possibilities of Google’s interactive eyewear, click here.

What do readers think? Are these glasses cool — or will they just give you a headache?




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