Google has released another video this week, providing a glimpse of what it's like to wear the Google glasses -- reality-augmenting headgear.
The video shows off "Google Glass" with first person perspectives of trapeze artists, ballerinas and skydivers.
The interface allows you to make Google searches, start Google Hangouts, record video, transcribe spoken word and send text messages -- and more.
When the glasses are activated, they show the phrase, “OK Glass.”
The glasses are expected to cost about $1,500.
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