Google co-founder Sergey Brin has finally revealed details about the release of the company’s “Project Glass” (now Google Glass) augmented reality glasses, stating that he would like “a broad consumer offering” in 2014.
The project was reintroduced at Google’s IO developers conference in San Francisco along with a demo video that showed a Google employee using the technology while skydiving above the event in real-time. This was followed by a group of bikers performing stunts before entering the conference room and giving Brin a high-five on stage.
Although he didn’t reveal any details about what kind of price tag the glasses will sport in 2014, he did announce that pairs of “Explorer Edition” glasses will be available next year to developers for $1,500 each.
Hit the jump to check out a Bloomberg interview with Brin, as well as the skydiving demo.