Google Glass will require users to make a phonecall with the glasses, a new feature that the tech giant is rolling out to help developers and businesses work with the technology.
The glasses will include features that allow users to check in with others through a voice call and chat, and can even turn on or off the camera, according to a blog post by Google Glass team member Nick Szabo.
They’ll also be able to take pictures and video, which will be displayed on a smartphone.
The feature will also allow people to send images, and upload videos and other content.
Google Glass users can also access the phonebook to access information from apps and other services.
The new feature is being rolled out with an early version of the glasses in the first batch of Glasses that Google will sell.
The glasses are available to consumers in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, India, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
The Glasses will be available for $1,200 ($1,499 for the first model) and $2,500 ($3,000 for the second model).
Google Glass is available now for pre-order on Amazon, Best Buy and other retailers.