Early versions of Google Glass were titanium-framed glasses (that fit with your prescription or no prescription at all)
to show communications from your smartphone or Google accounts in the display. Google Glass was designed to
take phone calls, send texts and also take photos and video and deliver search results. The wearable computing device
is also keyed to voice commands, for example to take a picture you simply say “take a picture” to capture what is in your view.
App developers, working with Google, are currently developing software that will be incorporated into the consumer version
of Google Glass in 2014. Google also offers the “The Glass Explorer Program” for people who want to get involved early and
help shape the future of Glass.