Google announced Wednesday (February 20) that they are moving out of the "project" phase and into a new testing cycle of Google Glass, their "augmented reality" eyewear project that's been in the works for well over a year.
The tech giant has launched a new website that details how this innovative eyewear item exactly works, offering explanations to "how it feels" to actually wear them, "what it does" and "how to get one."
Google is accepting applications until February 27 with those passionate about the project answering questions and paying a $1,500 fee to be the first to test out the built-in voice recognition, on-board, hands-free video recording, voice recognition, and photo and video capture. Up until now, the only people wearing Google Glass have been Google employees and developers.
For more info, visit Google.com/Glass.