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GOOGLE is making prototypes of its futuristic, internet-connected glasses available for people to test out.The company is selling the device, known as Project Glass, for $US1500 ($1482) to people attending its annual conference in San Francisco for computer programmers. It will ship early next year and won't be available for sale outside the three-day conference, Google I/O, which started overnight in the US."This is new technology and we really want you to shape it," Google co-founder Sergey Brin told about 6000 attendees. "We want to get it out into the hands of passionate people as soon as possible".With the glasses, directions to your destination can appear literally before your eyes. You can talk over video chat, take a photo or even buy a few things online as you walk around.