Google promotes Project Glass with creativity contest
Screen captured from Google Glass videoGoogle has introduced a promotional video for "Project Glass," an eyeglass-shaped device capable of taking photos, recording videos and conducting Google searches.
In the video, various users record exciting moments with the help of the "Glass" device.
Google has also launched a contest on Twitter with the hashtag #ifihadglass, calling on creative people to contribute to the project by proposing alternative uses of "Glass" in 50 words or fewer. Winners will be among first people able to buy the Glass as soon as available.
The headset has a small screen above and to the right of the user's right eye. The "Glass" headset operates on voice-command, can record videos, take photos, show reminders and lets you look up anything in Google.
When finished, the expected price of the device for U.S. users is around $1,500, plus tax.