Aparentemente, a inovação não pára para os lados da Google e, apesar desta pequena maravilha ainda não estar definitivamente pronta para o grande público, já começam as pequenas grandes aparições.
"Weighing a few ounces, the sleek electronic device has a tiny embedded camera. The glasses also deploy what's known as a "heads-up display," in which data are projected into the user's field of vision on a small screen above the right eye. A battery is built into one of the frame's arms.
In all, the glasses are like a wearable smartphone, allowing the user to take pictures, send messages and perform other functions via voice-activated commands. For instance, say "OK, Glass" into one of the glasses' two microphones and a menu pops off to the side of your vision showing icons that will let you take a picture, record a video, use Google Maps or make a phone call."