Try out Google Glass for yourself; cross-country demo events scheduled

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You’ve heard about Google Glass, you’ve seen the demo videos, and you’ve probably read a first-hand account or two. But for all someone can tell you about Google’s smart glasses, this product is just so unlike anything we’re used to that it practically demands “you’re gonna to need to try me out for yourself.” A while back we heard rumors that Google might be launching brick-and-mortar stores later this year in an effort to expose the public to Glass, though that idea seems to have since fizzled, and now the Glass launch is looking further off into 2014. Despite all that, we have some good news for those of you still itching to see what Glass is really all about, with word that Google’s about to kick-off a cross-country spree of Glass demo events.

The first event will be in North Carolina on October 5, with more stops (yet to be announced) to follow. Not only can you slip on Glass and experience it for yourself, but Google staff involved with its creation will be on-hand to answer your questions and help offer insight into the sort of things Glass might do for you.

If you are interested in attending the Durham, NC event, an RSVP page is now live. Expect to hear Google reveal additional cities for this Glass tour in the coming weeks.

Source: Google (RSVP)
Via: Android Central

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