Using a simple 3D printed webcam, one industrious Google Glass owner figured out how to play Mario with only his eye-movement.
All Glass Explorers are eligible for a one-time swap for the newer hardware.
We're wondering just how augmented a reality it takes before these things become obtrusive.
Google Glass hasn't even hit the consumer market yet, and its successor already has Google's monkeys, we mean, engineers working into the wee hours of the morning.
Not every pair of smart specs has to cost an arm and a leg.
For those lucky (read: rich) enough to own Google Glass, it now doesn't cost any extra money to connect the dang thing to the Internet via a smartphone or tablet.
An app maker known for its virtual tour guide software designed for mobile devices has just unveiled a version of the app for Google Glass.
The Google Glass experiments and hacks continue with augmented reality.
A clever developer has used his early access to Google Glass to come up with a way to control a flying done using simple head movements.
A recently uncovered patent filing indicates that Google may be looking to track what advertisements Glass wearers look at in the same way the company tracks online user behavior.