Google said that developers and business people who want to buy its Glass Enterprise Edition 2 directly from its re-sellers can now do so. The third incarnation of Google Glass initially went on sale last year May specifically for enterprise customers.
Although Google no longer think Glass should be a consumer-focused product, it has simplified the process of getting one so that any one who want it should be able to get it very easy.
In other to help developers create software for the device, Google has released some new code samples and open source applications, which include some user interface elements and sample layouts. But since Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is built on Android, developers can use APIs and services they’re perhaps familiar with to develop the apps.
Listings have gone live for Enterprise Edition 2 at some Google re-sellers. The main device costs north of $1,000 on those websites, but note that you’ll need a band to strap it to your head. You may need about $150 to get that done.
You can try getting one for yourself.