A closer look at the $1,500 AR connected device/fashion accessory.
Google first teased its Project Glass eyewear gizmo in April, a voice-controlled connected device that enables video calls, photo capture, and augmented reality-based map and weather projections in front of the user's eyes.
And now with Google's I/O conference in full swing, the firm has released a video of Project Glass in action, showcased by a series of skydivers leaping out of a plane and recording the experience via the tech.
The device is set to cost around $1,500 for software developers, but consumers should expect a 'significantly lower' price tag, according to Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
Check out the video below.