Sergey Brin was recently snapped wearing Google Glass on a subway train and now the company is starting to give the public a glimpse of what it is like to wear its augmented reality eyewear – an experience so far limited to a small selection of developers for $1500 a pair.
The web giant has launched a YouTube video which allows people to see various scenarios where owners citing ‘Ok Glass’ instruct the specs to download maps, hold video calls, send messages and take videos or pictures. The top right hand side of the frame displays the requested content.
The video launch is accompanied by a competition in the USA for creative individuals to tell Google what they would do with Google Glass, using the hashtage #ifihadaglass.
There is still no launch date nor pricing information, though.