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Google expects stylize your glasses with internet as part of an alliance with the manufacturer of the frames for eyeglasses Ray-Ban and Oakley.
The partnership with the Italian company glasses Luxottica Group was announced on Monday and represents the latest attempt by Google to device technology integrated into garments have a less extravagant look while trying to develop new ways for people to stay connected Internet wherever they go.
Last week Google revealed that accessories maker Fossil Group is working on a clock with internet connection that runs the Android software for mobile devices Google.
Luxottica develop frameworks equipped with the Google Glass, a computing device that includes a miniature screen above the right eye in which the user can view Internet content. The device also includes a $ 1,500 camera that can take photos and video, a feature that has raised concerns about privacy.
Google Inc. has so far only sold their glasses to a select group of test subjects known as explorers, who have often been victims of ridicule for using some futuristic glasses that seem more appropriate for a cyborg than for humans.
Luxottica is expected to help broaden the appeal of Google Glass, and technological company also plans to take advantage of more than 5000 stores the Italian company in the United States manages to sell their devices when they come to market.
Google has not explained when it will be available to the general public, although the company based in Mountain View, California, points it at the end of this year. Over 10 thousand people have purchased as part of the Google Glass Explorer program.
In another move to make their practices glasses, Google said in January 4 different styles of frames that can also be used with prescription lenses. These frames cost an additional $ 225.
The cheapest product line Glass Luxottica Google not announced until its release date approaches. In addition to Ray-Ban and Oakley, Luxottica brands include Vogue-Eyewear, Persol, Oliver Peoples, Arnette and Alain Mikli, among others.