(USA Today) -- Google has talked often about Project Glass, its Internet eyeglasses that offers features similar to a smartphone. But what's it like to wear a pair?
The Internet search giant has launched a new website for Glass, including a fascinating video shot from the perspective of an user wearing the glasses.
The video shows users giving vocal commands by saying "OK Glass," followed by "record video" or "take a picture." Users can also check out weather reports, get GPS directions and perform Web searches, all of which appear in a small display in the upper right corner.
The company is also hosting a contest that will allow a few lucky winners to try out Google Glass for themselves by sharing how they would use the device. The wearable gadget's website has full details on how to participate. If chosen, winners must pre-order the Glass Explorer Edition for $1,500.