Google glasses for the brain

Google Glass will allow you to experience augmented reality, virtual reality and other virtual experiences, Google’s chief technology officer said in a keynote address on Wednesday.

“Google Glass will enable you to see things that you never could before,” said Chris Urmson.

Google Glass is designed to be worn as an accessory on the wrist or attached to a smartwatch.

Urmson, speaking to attendees at Google’s Mountain View, California, headquarters, said the glasses would allow users to see virtual objects on the floor, including walls, ceilings, and ceilings, as well as virtual objects in the real world.

The glasses will also let you “see” objects in real life and have the ability to see a real person.

Users will be able to create their own “virtual reality” experiences using Google’s Unity and Unity Android apps.

There is currently no release date for the glasses, but Urmson said the company was working on a “long-term” product that could be released by the end of the year.

This story was updated on Tuesday, July 27 at 11:45am EDT.