Here's What Project Glass Will Look like When you Interact With It [Video]

Lately, we've heard and seen so much about Google's Project Glass as they are now heading out to developers and journalists. We've seen Robert Scoble and a few others taking tons of pics with Glass and posting them on Google+. Now we are seeing a few videos of the interface on Project Glass.

We've got two video clips here that have Dan, the first developer to get his hands on the Explorer edition of Google Glass, showing off the interface of Project Glass. You'll be able to see how good the voice recognition works, he also interacts with the menus by touching the side of the device and nodding his head, as well as how the user interface looks in general  when getting search results from Google.

In the video down below, you really get to see just how accurate and sensitive the voice recognition is on Project Glass. Some people may think Project Glass is a pretty far out piece of technology, but it's definitely something that Google isn't going to be giving up on anytime soon. Google has really been pushing Project Glass in the past year or so, so I don't think we'll see Google listing Project Glass on their spring cleaning list, with Google Reader anytime soon.

You can also check out more clips from his YouTube channel. Be sure to stick to Android Headlines for more about Google Glass or Project Glass. It's definitely an exciting project from Google. What do you think about Google Glass? Is it something you'd buy if the price were lowered? Let us know in the comments down below.

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