Recently Google unveiled a video about its Glass Project that was their dream to mass produce hybrid glasses that actually works as a miniaturized smartphone connected with micro display, camera, microphone, Web browser, and speech recognition, all this with hands-free access. As texting while walking is not unsafe enough, these Google Glasses will place AdSense 5mm at the front of your retina. The men working on this Project Glass are Babak Parviz, Steve Lee and Sebastian Thrun posted a video on Youtube for the viewers and to get the feedback regarding the same. Have a look at the Google Project Glass Video:

As I said above, Google's futuristic Internet-connected glasses will remove the danger of texting while walking, if any. With the help of these Glasses you can receive directions while walking that appears exactly in front of your eyes. All with the Hands Free access, you can do Video chats with your friends, capture or transfer an image or even do online shopping while walking. In short, you can do everything with these Glasses what you do with your Smartphone or Tablets PCs.

In the above video, few people has been presented with Google Glasses. As per the video if you find a clogged subway, these glasses will automatically assist you why the subway is closed along with suggesting you an alternate way to your destination. Another example mentioned in the video is if you read a book of your interest, glasses will give you its reviews and prices from various retailers. It will also help you in your relations, how, in case you are waiting for any of your relative or friend, you will get the exact location of your friend with these glasses while walking itself using GPS-sharing facility that is already available with Google's Latitude service.

See what is mentioned on Google Blogspot A group of us from Google x started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the moment. Were sharing this information now because we want to start a conversation and learn from your valuable input. So we took a few design photos to show what this technology could look like and created a video to demonstrate what it might enable you to do.