At Google’s I/O developer conference this week the search giant has been showcasing and demonstrating it new prototype Project Glass eyewear. Which Google has now made available to Google I/O attendees to pre-order for $1500.
The new Google Glass Explorer Edition eyewear which is still currently under development, will be shipped to Google developers who pre-order the eyewear in early 2013 says Google.
The prototype Google Glass Explorer Edition eyewear, is a wearable computing device running Android, and includes a transparent screen which is located in front of the wearers right eye. With a touch control area on the side for commands via touch as well as being able to accept commands via voice. But they are also equipped with a accelerometer and a gyroscope, enabling wearers to control the Glass eyewear by moving their head.
You can view a demonstration of the Google Glass Explorer Edition eyewear in action here, which was setup by Sergei Brin and used within his Google I/O keynote.
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