Google Glass is still technically in beta mode, but the company announced Wednesday that the wearable computing device is once again available to the public (for $1,500).
Unlike much of its other devices, Google built Glass in-house. Glass mounts on a pair of compatible glasses and positions a small display above the user's right eye. It's controlled via voice commands and a tiny touch pad on the side. The device gives users access to the Internet, directions, notifications and content from custom apps on the screen. There's also a small camera on the lens, which nicely ups the creep factor.