High hopes for Glass

Google Glass product director Steve Lee has high hopes that Glass on prescription frames will make it easier for non-Glass wearers to get accustomed to the Internet-connected headsets.
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Exploring Glass

Katie Matsushima, a Glass Guide at Google's San Francisco office, models the Split titanium frame.
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Shades of Glass

Google Glass now offers a range of frames suitable for prescription lenses, and three choices of tinted shades.
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'Classic' Glass

Glass Guide Katie Matsushima models the new tinted shade "Classic."
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A range of Glass shades

Along with the original tinted shade called Classic, in the middle, Google is offering two extra shade styles: Active (top) and Edge (bottom).
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Bold prescription frame

Google's got four new frames that can hold prescriptions. This one's called "Bold."
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Curve prescription frame

The new Curve prescription frame for Google Glass.
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Split prescription frame

Google goes for a slightly more modern take with the new Split prescription frame for Google Glass.
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