At Google I/O, the company gave a tease of Project Glass, its new glasses that connect to the Internet and are able to show directions, video chat, take pictures, and more. Right now, the only people who will be able to try on a pair will be the 6,000 developers at the conference. They are expected to be ready for the public early next year and cost around $1,500.
In this gallery, we'll show some images of people wearing the glasses and photos that were taken by them.
The bow of the glasses works as a touch screen.