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Google Glass is a new wearable technology currently being tested by volunteers in the Google Explorer program. The head mounted device projects information to the wearer’s visual field and responds to touch and voice commands. The device can take pictures and videos, provide weather and traffic updates and guide drivers by GPS.
Google Glass may be available for holiday shoppers
For testers, Google Glass cost $1,500. Glass is projected to be released by the holiday season and should cost about as much as a smartphone. Glass is designed to intuitively integrate wearable technology into the user’s daily life.