The Google Glass project is looking pretty awesome. Who wouldn't want to wear a computer on their face? To demonstrate some of the capabilities that Google Glass should have in its final iteration, Google has release a new video that showcases some of the major features:
In the video, people can be heard controlling the headset via the command "Ok Glass." After those words are said, Glass starts listening for a command such as "take a picture," "start recording," or numerous other examples as seen in the video. Project Glass continues to get more and more awesome every time we see something new.
Unfortunately, you'll have to shell out $1,500 and win a spot to pre-order the device.
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