It's still nothing like the aspirational video that introduced the world to the Google Glass concept (https://youtu.be/o-qjhU6PB5U), but there is still some promise to having relevant information available in a convenient, hands-free presentation as you need it.
To some degree, that introductory video was one of the greatest problems with the original Google Glass. It set the expectations so high that the limited hardware couldn't possibly match what people imagined they were being "promised". Specifically the video shows like an augmented reality overlay on your normal field of vision, when the actual device showed as a chip-sized area at the edge of your vision.
Add to that the enthusiasm of the early advocates who became known as Glassholes and that first incarnation was doomed.
But with a possible name change and a more limited set of uses that are tailored for specific categories, there is a chance that it will find its place in the tech world. In time that might grow to something closer to that video.