The demonstration of Google's Project Glass -- the internet connected Google Goggles -- shows a group of skydivers jumping out of a plane while wearing the goggles. The video has gone viral on YouTube.
Photographer: Google YouTube account
New demo video of Google's prototype 'Goggles' shown at Google's I/O Conference has gone viral -- and for good reason.
The demonstration of Google's Project Glass -- the internet connected Google Goggles -- showed a group of skydivers jumping out of a plane while wearing the goggles. Their experience was shown in first-person.
While the new tech is in its early stages of development, Google says the goggles will cost roughly $1,500 when they hit the market.
According to the theinquirer.net , the glasses are aimed at developers and will not reach their hands until next year.
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