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Yes!
According to a +The New York Times report, Google plans to launch glasses with a heads-up display by the end of 2012. They will include a display, mere inches from the wearer’s eye, streaming real-time info about your surroundings, similar to the various augmented reality applications we’ve seen on smartphones.

The data will be fetched through a 3G/4G data connection, and the glasses will retrieve information about their surroundings through GPS and several sensors.

The glasses will cost “around the price of current smartphones,” sources say. While definitely not very precise – current smartphones cost anywhere from $150 to $600 – this price range shows that Google intends the glasses as a product for the mass market.

Are heads-up display glasses the stuff sci-fi dreams are made of?
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I want this!
Samsung’s ‘Smart Window’ will turn your boring house into a geek mansion http://tnw.to/1Cn3k
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GLASS TRAIL

On the mountain Tyanmen (Heaven's Gate), located in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Hunan Province, China, was established trails of glass on the rocks 1430m above sea level,
Since the glass specially supported in absolute purity, tourists need some time to get accustomed to the seeming emptiness under our feet over a huge chasm.
It is a mountain in the park inspired the famous film "Avatar," the idea of floating mountains of Pandora.
Enterprising Chinese in order to advertise even renamed one of the peaks of Mount Tszyankunchzhu ("South of Heaven pillar") in the Avatar Hallelujah Mountain (Mountain "Hallelujah Avatar"), and advertising positions attract tourists slogans such as "Pandora far and near Zhangjiajie."
"This way the sky" has become a hot topic that is so open to the public.

http://www.afinance.cn/lc/shlc/xftd/201111/395349_5.html
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very cool.
The most mind-blowing time lapse video I've ever seen http://vimeo.com/29950141 In HD on my 27" iMac it melted my brain (via @cesarkuriyama)
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Getting ready for my Vegas bachelor party tomorrow!
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