Google has just uploaded a new video showing off the capabilities of Google Glass, from taking pictures and videos with voice commands to finding out how to say things in Thai. The video also shows that it’s completely indestructible and will never fall off.  Ever.

We’re all looking forward to seeing what Google can achieve with this project, and if it works half as well as it does in the videos, it could really change a lot. Google Glass should really come with a disclaimer though, saying ‘interesting life sold separately’, because we all know that it’s really just going to be used to take videos of people’s lunch.

  • gutenmuach

    what if I am already wearing my specs / glassess? how can i use this? please dont tell me to get contacts =p

    • http://espadav8.co.uk Andrew

      There’s a clip on version in some of the photos. I would pay to get lasik to be able to wear these though.

  • http://espadav8.co.uk Andrew

    When these are released to the general public I would put my money down in a heart beat, even at $1,500.

    • Graham Bae

      I’m 99% sure they won’t be anywhere near as expensive as that when they’re released to the general public and $1500 is just the cost for the beta/dev version.

      • http://espadav8.co.uk Andrew

        I _really_ hope so, but I would still fork out the $1500 to get one.

    • http://ausdroid.net/ Daniel Tyson

      When they announced they were looking for more people to get the Google Glass Explorers I had my CC out ready to buy, this looks insanely awesome even at $1500. Sadly the US Only limitation is pretty much a huge downer.