Until recently Google Glass has been a bit of a rarity in the wild with it only being available to developers and anyone prepared to pay the high price of $1500. However, according to Cnet, the company is now offering demos of its flagship wearable.
Yesterday emails were sent out inviting Google users to ‘sit down with a Glass Guide’. There is of course a but; you will have to be living near one of Google’s base-camps which are situated in San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles. The customer wishing to demo Glass can bring one other person if he/she is over the age of 13.
Google’s Glass project is still in its early years and we expect much more to come from this wearable. Only last month, a Glass with 2x the amount of RAM was announced, and it has only hit our shores here in the UK in the last month. I got to have a go on Google Glass in New York last year and I was pleasantly surprised by it. I, of course, had my doubts. It’s definitely worth going to demo the device and seeing if it can be included into your daily lives, if you do so let us know how you get on.
By Craig Fox | July 17th, 2014