Google Glass has been one of the most anticipated devices since its announcement at Google I/O 2012. Recently, Google revealed specifications for this hot-in-demand product of theirs. Also, Google started shipping first batch of Glasses to the developers who signed up for it back in June 2012. The batch was known as Explorer Edition and many explorers are starting to have fun with the product already but as such other people than these have no idea how this works and because of all the buzz around this product, many really want to have a look at its UI. This wasn't possible, until now. Google has answered atleast this little desire of the general public.
Google has released a getting started video for the Google Glass which gives you a sneak peak at its UI and let you see the world through its tiny window with the help of the point-of-view (PoV) preview. Lets have a look at the video.
In its current state, Google Glass has basic functionality like time, weather, photos, videos and sharing on Google + but all of this is bound to improve once apps from developers, known as Glassware, kick in and use all the features of this interesting wearable piece of technology.