Google has just released a new video showing off the user interface of its Glass Project, showing off some of the available features and functionality of the device.
Whilst there has been a previous video displaying the many potential features of Glass, this was simply an ideas Mock-up to give people an idea as to what it could do when finished and released.
This new video shows off more specific functions of the device including voice control commands, maps directions, web searches, update notifications and language translation on-the-fly. While there is not release date or window as yet for an affordable commercial version of this product, some are already offered to developers and early adopters at Google’s last I/O conference.
In addition to this, a new opportunity to get your hands on Google Glass early has arisen, with Google’s #ifihadglass page, which allows “creative individuals” to help shape the future of Glass. Google are looking for a small number of individuals who are willing to test the product, and if selected can purchase one for 1500$ at a special pick-up event in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles. To read more go to #ifihadglass