- Google has unveiled augmented reality glasses that work with smartphones.
- A new video on their Google Plus page is asking for feedback.
Google has unveiled Project Glass, a secret program designed to bring augmented-reality to the masses.
The team leading the initiative, including Babak Parviz, Steve Lee and Sebastian Thrun, are part of Google's clandestine Google X labs, a branch of the company that focuses on futuristic tech and big picture concepts, such as space elevators, robots and driverless cars.
Now with the project ready for public testing, the team has begun releasing fresh information, including a new video, on their Google + page with requests for feedback.
"We're sharing this information now because we want to start a conversation and learn from your valuable input," the team wrote in a post. "Please follow along as we share some of our ideas and stories. We'd love to hear yours, too. What would you like to see from Project Glass?"
According to a February report from the NYTimes, Google's new Android-powered glasses will allow you to check your email, update your Facebook, or even check-in to your favorite restaurant. The device creates a direct link to your smartphone, providing real-time information in a heads-up display (HUD).