Google Glass, which is available on the Google Play Store, has been an ongoing project for Google since it was first unveiled in 2013.
In April 2017, Google announced that it would launch a Google Glass project that would allow users to interact with holograms and holograms can see the world through their glasses.
The project has now been expanded to include augmented reality (AR) glasses, which allow users the ability to see virtual reality in 3D.
Google Glass has already been used to make virtual reality videos for the company’s AR app, and a number of augmented reality glasses are being sold for about $1,000.
Now, it seems that Google Glass will be able to use AR for real-world apps too.
A new report from Digiday claims that Google is preparing to release a new AR app for the Google Glass headset.
According to the report, the AR app will include new features and functionality.
The company is also planning to make it easier for AR apps to integrate with Glass.
For example, it plans to make Glass a more convenient way to record videos with video apps like YouTube.
The AR app may include the ability for users to select an AR location from the list, and then record a video from that location using the Glass.
Google also plans to include new user experiences with the new augmented reality app, including a new way for users who already have the Glass to add more features.