Unveiled back in early April, Google Project Glass, that can deliver real-time information on a heads up display, has already gone public for some time now. However, a bunch of Google employees have published a series of photos considering the Project Glass in action.
Google now has revealed the first video taken with its sci-fi eyewear concept, Project Glass, showing off a person jumping on a trampoline while wearing the device. “This one makes us a little queasy, but our prototype nailed what it’s like to be on a trampoline,” the development team wrote on the official Project Glass Google+ page.
The Google Glasses can take 720p video. Featuring a power button on the inside of the frame, a micro-USB port for charging and probably flashing new software, as well as a wide array of color options Google already has on the table include Orange, black, grey, metallic blue, and even different color aluminum frames too. Check out the video below and imagine the possibilities with Google Glass.
Details surround the glasses are few and far between, and it is still unclear if Project Glass will ever hit the consumer market in its current form. We are excited to know where this project is headed. Are you?