I don't know, but they'd have to pay me to wear those silly looking things.
What a coincidence, never heard of this until just now seeing it on the news and then seeing this question. It looks pretty cool, the price is ridiculous. But it depends on what people want. A good point mentioned in the report is privacy and how comfortable the wearer and the person being filmed in real time will feel about the real-time upload experience.
Google will be selling the glass at $1,500. However, before you will have to purchase it, you need to join the #ifihadglass contest on Twitter and Google +, where entries had to be sent in before Feb 27. Only then will Google pick a select few who can purchase the Google Glass for $1,500, and also must come to LA, SanFo, or New York to personally claim the device.
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