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'OK, Glass'

More details have emerged about using Google's Glass eyewear. Speaking the words "OK, Glass" plus a voice command apparently will be how you'll get Glass to do your bidding.
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Pictures

Activating the camera is as simple as saying, "OK, Glass, take a picture."
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Video

For when a picture won't do, ask Glass to shoot video instead.
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Hangout?

Starting a video chat is just as easy.
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Send a message

Hands-free messaging: just speak and send.
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Omniscience

Because Google knows everything about you, Glass will know where you have to be and when, without you having to say a word.
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Take the next turn

The HUD nature of Glass is perfect for displaying directions.
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Travel

Google Translate anything, anytime.
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And, of course, search

Just ask Glass anything and you'll have Google's powerful search results in your face.
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Glass

Sadly, Glass isn't expected to reach consumers until 2014. For now, you can try to get an invite to preorder a pair from Google for $1,500.
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Light weight

Google says its Glass will weigh less than a typical pair of sunglasses.
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Lenses

And if you want them to act as sunglasses, it appears you'll be able to add that function on thanks to the modular design.
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Color choices

The Google Glass eyewear will be available in Charcoal, Tangerine, Shale, Cotton, and Sky.
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