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Google offers world glimpse of 'Project Glass'
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Google offered the world a glimpse at its latest project - futuristic Internet-connected glasses.
While wearing a pair of these glasses, users would be able to see directions literally before their eyes. They would also be able to talk to friends over video chat and take pictures - all while walking and carrying on with their days.
The glasses can basically do everything that a smartphone or tablet computer can do.
But the technology doesn't actually exist. Google said it shared the "Project Glass" video and blog post as a way to start a discussion and solicit ideas.
See more about "Project Glass" at http://g.co/projectglass.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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