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In a year which will almost certainly see the introduction of two next-gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft, it’s hard to believe that both may well be outshone by a pair of spectacles. Google Glass is, as we know, a great deal more than just a pair of spectacles though, and having demonstrated on numerous occasions just how far the technology has come along in the past year, the Big G has also confirmed that, although not immediately, the wearable tech will eventually be compatible with traditional prescription lenses.

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Google Glass got a rare public outing at South By Southwest today, with the wearable computer getting some stage time in order to give the tech-loving audience a peak at where the product is heading.

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Google Glass is certainly one of the most exciting technologies to arrive in recent years, and one individual from Cleveland, Ohio has already tried to sell a pair on Internet auction site eBay. The listing, which was littered with errors in spelling and grammar from an individual claiming to be an “early adapter”, had all the hallmarks of a scam, and having reached an eye-watering $15,000 with a day still to go, was eventually taken down by eBay.

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It feels like Google Glass is on the tip of everyone’s tongues right now, even more so since developers got their hands on a unit recently. We’re sure you’re more than aware of Google Glass already, but for those that haven’t been paying attention or somehow managed to miss the next big thing in technology, then here’s the skinny; Google Glass is a computer. On your Head. With a camera.

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There’s been a marked surge of interest lately in Google’s Project Glass, and with the Mountain View company having offered something of a progress report to interested parties earlier this week, further details have today emerged concerning the release, compatibility, and cost. According to reports, the wearable, augmented reality spectacles will be compatible not only with Android, but also iOS, and with the consumer-ready version said to be arriving before the end of the year, prices are being touted at just below the $1,500 mark.

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Google is, quite literally, looking to change the way we view our digital world with the innovation Project Glass, and although we’ve seen a few glimpses of life through the company’s digitized lens, the Mountain View-based search giant has today released a video outlining how users may one day interact with the UI. Following on from the news of prototypes being issued to select individuals, the video shows how the wearer uses the phrase “OK Glass” to kick the spectacles into action, prompting them to record video, take photos, send messages, start Google+ Hangouts, and more. It’s arguably the most exciting insight we have been given into Glass thus far, and we have the full two-minute clip of the prototype in action after the break.

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What would you do if you had Glass? This is the question that Google is putting to every tech enthusiast who is hoping to get their hands on pre-production editions of Google Glass, as the company is looking to ship some prototypes to creative individuals.

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If you have been a technology enthusiast for the last few months, you are probably aware of Project Glass, the Internet giant’s take on augmented reality that relies on a simple pair of high-tech glasses. Google is now inviting developers to two two-day-long events in San Francisco and New York in order to develop software for these glasses.

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Google’s Project Glass has certainly wowed the technology world over the past year or so, and with gadgetry often crossing over into the world of fashion, it shouldn’t be of too much surprise to see the Big G’s intriguing, futuristic invention make an appearance on the catwalk this week.

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Google Glass, despite being shrouded in mystery, is one of the most exciting-looking gizmos around. Various video clips have surfaced which showcase its abilities, with the Project Glass team flirting with every possibility in a bid to turn their sci-fi-esque gadget into a real-life, marketable product. Hitherto, we haven’t been offered much information with regards to how everything works, and nobody outside the development team has had a chance to try them out, but a patent application made by Google offers us something of an insight as to the frameworks of its secretive Project Glass.

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That title may seem like an odd question, and admittedly, it probably is. What is an iPhone moment, after all? Have I lost my mind? Possibly, but just follow along for a minute.

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The Google Glass demo at Google I/O 2012 was undoubtedly the highlight of the keynote. It showed a bunch of skydivers skydiving and BMXers biking their way down to Moscone Center where they joined Google co-founder Sergey Brin to wrap up the day 1 keynote. The demo was widely talked about on the blogosphere and on social networks like Facebook, Reddit and Twitter.

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