Vision testProject Glass, as Google's calls it, is the company's prototype of a hands-free system that can pull up maps, directions, events notifications, and the locations of nearby friends right in a wearer's line of sight.
Google's Project Glass iconsA few of the available Google services icons are show in the Project Glass heads-up display.
Check your calendarWake up and get a glimpse of your day's agenda with the pop-up calendar in Google's Project Glass.
Pop notificationsGet pop-up notifications in the heads-up display glasses.
In-eye maps and directionsLost? Simply speak and a map and directions pop up right before your eyes.
Where are they?Get notified that friends are located nearby.
An on-demand in-eye cameraWant to snap a picture? Call up your camera, see the frame, and take a picture as you look at it.
Speak to add eventsWant to see that show? Add it right to your calendar immediately.
In store directionsFind maps and directions to specific areas inside stores right away on the heads-up display.
Check in to your favorite spotsCheck into your favorite spots right away with Project Glass.
Video chat and share viewVideo chat with friends right in your field of view, and maybe ever share your view of the world.
Read more about Project Glass at CNET News.