The most talked about project from Google¬– “Project Glass” has now seen the light of the day. This long-rumored glass project with augmented reality uses a video “One day…” to demonstrate how these Google glasses work. The video showcases how a user can undertake various tasks of the smartphones, such as clicking pictures, making a video call, scheduling meetings, checking weather, getting directions, and many similar tasks.

Google is officially planning to release these glasses later this year and within the price range of $250- $500. The search giant is also planning to test the prototypes in the coming months.

According to Google, “The team is gathering feedback from users on Project Glass, according to a post on Google+ by Babak Parviz, Steve Lee and Sebastian Thrun. The post contains a few ‘design photos’ of people wearing augmented reality glasses.”