Google Glass was announced at Google I/O 2016 as a headset to connect to computers and games, but the device is also capable of playing games using a smartphone and Android devices.
The Google Glass prototype that was showcased at Google’s I/OP is a fairly big device.
It has a pair of sensors, a camera, a microphone and a webcam, which can be used to capture video, capture voice and text messages, play music and listen to music, among other things.
It’s also able to record images, audio and text in various formats.
The headband has a small speaker attached, which allows the wearer to hear what’s being said, or to make out a person’s voice or other sounds.
It has two microphones, which it can connect to any Android device.
The Google Glass headset can also record audio in a variety of different formats, including MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, etc.
It can record audio and video in various different formats.
There are four cameras.
One of them is a video camera.
The other four cameras have microphones.
Google says the camera will record a range of audio and can also produce a sound effect.
The video camera can record video.
Google Glass has two cameras.
The other four camera have microphonesThe camera that the wearer can see and hear.
The headset has a speaker.
The microphone is hidden under the headband, which makes it a very good VR headset.
The microphone has a built-in speaker.
When you turn on the headset, it has a light to show what’s going on.
There’s also a microphone that can be activated when you speak.
If you’re wearing the headset on the head, the light in the headset is visible.
If you don’t wear it on your head, it’s invisible.
The light will flash if you talk to someone, if you wear it in the dark, or when you are in motion.
There’s also two sensors that can detect motion.
One sensor detects the presence of objects on your body, the other sensor detects how your head moves when you move your head.
The sensors are sensitive to different motions, like walking, running, jumping, turning around and more.
The camera sensor is sensitive to a wide range of motion.
It can detect movement of the head and body, as well as the movement of objects and the surrounding environment.
When it comes to recording audio, the headset has two microphone microphones.
The headset can record at 48kHz, 128kHz and 192kHz.
There are also two speakers, which is a high-end speaker.
There is also a pair on the back.
It is the earpiece, which has a microphone, earbuds, microphone, microphone jack and speakers.
The headphones can be paired with the headset and can be plugged into a smartphone.
Google’s headset prototype has a couple of issues that could affect the experience, though.
First of all, the camera sensors will need to be updated to support larger sensor sizes, but Google’s team said that they’re working on it.
Secondly, there are no plans for a VR headset with a full screen.
It also won’t support motion controllers like the Oculus Rift.
Google says the headset will cost $499, and it’s available for pre-order on the Google Play Store.