Doesn’t look like they’re quite there yet — both in creating an attractive design and a product ready for market:
The search giant’s research arm launched a Google+ page Wednesday for Project Glass, its augmented reality glasses project. The page revealed that Google researchers have started testing the glasses, with an Android-run heads-up display, that the New York Times suggested Google will start to sell this year for roughly the cost of a regular smartphone.
[Update: a Google spokesperson has indicated to Mashable that the company selling the glasses this year would be “extremely unlikely.”]
Related, Total Film News has some new behind the scenes pics from The Avengers:
What other components of Iron Man’s suit might Google have tucked away in development? Or is that a task left to tech companies with larger cash reserves?