The video shows the glasses able to record the line of the wearer’s sight while doing activities such as skydiving, playing with the kids or bringing out a birthday cake, and then the capability of sharing it immediately with voice activations.
A lucky few “creative individuals” and developers are trialling the product, which was first shown to the public last year at a Google demonstration event.
The clip also shows people using the device as a GPS, translator and for directions through an airport.
Google is ramping up its drip marketing campaign by asking the public to post how they’d use Glass with the hashtag #ifihadaglass.
“We’re looking for bold, creative individuals who want to join us and be a part of shaping the future of Glass,” Google said.
An early commentator on the video said: “The porn industry is gonna looove that.”
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