Google Glass is Google's state-of-the-art electronic eye wear, one that allows users to live-stream audio or images, as well as performing basic computing tasks. To be exact, it consists of a minute electronic screen mounted on the left side of a pair of eyeglass frames. To demonstrate the device's capabilities, Google handed out pairs of Google Glasses to appointed skydivers - subsequently, a video of the skydiving stunts was streamed live to the audience, with US-based software developers allowed to purchase it at $1,500USD per unit during the conference. Google expects to roll out a consumer version of its electronic eye wear in less than two years and will price it significantly lower than the current price.
What is Google Glass?
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