Rochester Optical announced last month that it was creating a release of "digital high definition prescription lenses for Google Glass."
"As a state-of-the-art optical laboratory, one of the first wearable technology items Rochester Optical will be producing are custom prescription, fashion, and sport lenses for Google Glass, available for purchase in early 2014," the company said in a statement.
Rochester Optical will be begin preorders on the prescription lenses afternext week, according to Slash Gear. Instead of having to take apart the headpiece, the lenses are said to simply clip onto Glass.
Google is not partnering with Rochester Optical on these prescription frames. When contacted by CNET, a Google spokesperson said, "According to Google, there is currently no relationship between Google Glass and Rochester Optics."
The Web giant is said to haveabout how best to integrate Google Glass into prescription glasses and casual frames. The Web giant has also publicly said it has been working to create prescription frames for Glass "for some time."
Besides prescription lenses, Google Glass is also set to get.