Buy Google Glass Prototypes For $1500 A Pop

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How can you get your hands on a pair of Google Glasses? The company is offering attendees to the Google IO a prototype for $1500, complete with software development kit. Orders will be taken only at the conference, and shipping is scheduled to start early next year. Be warned though, the Google Glass is not a consumer device, not yet at any rate, cautions the company.

At the Google IO annual worldwide developer conference, Sergey Brin held a demo of the Google Glasses; a duo of divers jumped off an airplane, and held a Hangout (Google’s take on the video chat, where multiple users can simultaneously participate) live on air.  As if that was not enough, the duo biked down to the conference, having landed on top of Moscone Center first.

How does the world look like during a sky dive? What if you are wearing Google Glasses?

You can watch a video here:


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