Google announced Wednesday the tentative 2014 release of Glass, a wearable headset that allows users to receive and execute onscreen directions, send voice-controlled messages, and search the web through speech.
Glass' UI will attempt to revolutionize the Smartphone as we know it by offering a device that will let users talk instead of tap or type to send a text, Google Map an address or email work (think an awesome pair of sunglasses with built-in Siri).
Though Glass won't be available before 2014, Google will give you a shot at testing its new device before via a contest where Twitter and Google+ users tell Google what would they do with a pair of Glass in 50 words or less and with the #IfIHadGlass hasthtag. However, the set it's not free, the selected have to pay $1,500 per each one of the 8,000 sets of Glass up for grabs. Not convinced yet? See the video below: