Google opens up Project Glass to non-developers


Google has announced that they are starting a contest for non-developers to purchase Glass ahead of the retail release.  Explorers are required to submit in 50 words or less to Twitter or Goggle+ what they would do with the interactive, web-enabled glasses.  The deadline for applications is February   27th, 2013.  It is not cheap however!  If selected, the glasses are $1,500, and you must attend a pick event in New York, San Francisco, or LA.

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3 thoughts on “Google opens up Project Glass to non-developers”

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  2. Yes this is totally Stupid! Win a contest to be able to buy the Glasses for $1,500. Better yet they should just charge an entrance fee for $1,500 to win the pair…That makes as much sense as the first contest.

    I intend to write a 50 word submission on why they should give it away for free.

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