The video also shows off the Glass interface, which is a translucent pane on the right eye glass shows options for taking photos, shooting videos, getting directions, sharing, search and showing maps with graphic overlays.
The glasses, which Google noted are now called Glass instead of Google Glass, also are designed to enable users to activate all these options with voice control.
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