|Some people whisper, "I think that's Google Glass." Others stop and ask, "How do you like it? How does it even work?" And then some just pull out their phones and snap a picture.|
They all have something in common, though. They want to know what it is like to be looking through the other side of the glass -- Google Glass, that is.
For close to a year, Google has been teasing its connected glasses, which overlays digital information in the real world. And earlier this week, I finally got a pair. I purchased one of the first $1,500 Explorer Edition models, put them on my face and started to see what it is like to live life with a tiny screen in front of my right eye. So what have I been seeing, besides lots of people taking photos of me? What is it like to see the world through a digital lens?