Glass terraria at Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, is a perfect place to sit in and enjoy the magic of augmented reality.
Google Glass has revolutionized the way people interact with the internet and technology, with its innovative technology that enables the wearer to “see” the world around them.
The company has created a collection of technology called Glass that is used for a variety of applications, such as video conferencing, medical and educational data storage, and a host of other functions.
The Glass terras are available to anyone over the age of 16 who can purchase the hardware.
Each unit can be set up with a display that can display 360-degree video or image and interact with other apps on your phone, tablet or PC.
The glass terras, which can be bought individually or as part of a suite of terras called a Glass + Glass package, come in a variety.
The terras include a single unit, a set of three, or the whole suite.
Glass is currently available for $1,000 per person or $2,500 per family unit, but that could change if the company makes a big push to get the terras out into the public.
The Glass terraras can be used in many locations across the world.
Google said they would be available on June 1, 2017.
“There is a real opportunity for the public to use Glass for a range of purposes that are currently beyond our control,” the company said in a blog post.
“We’re excited to be partnering with Google to bring Glass to more communities across the globe and in partnership with the partners that make it possible, including the local governments, schools, businesses and organizations that have embraced Glass.
We look forward to bringing Glass to even more communities.”
Google is looking to open more Google Glass terraces around the world, with more than 200 locations available so far.
The new Terrariums initiative includes a handful of locations in the U.S. and Canada, including Mountain View and Mountain View with Google Glass +.
The Terrarium at the Googleplex was installed in July of last year and was the first of its kind in the United States.
Google has been using Glass to help the company better understand the physical environment around it and to offer services like real-time data analytics and search.
The Terrarium is currently a temporary fixture in the Google glass suite, but the company plans to open up more terras.
“Today, Google is a leader in creating experiences that will help people experience the world in a whole new way,” the Google spokesperson said in the blog post about the Glass terraseras.
“We’re always looking to bring new and innovative solutions to life, and we’re always experimenting with new ways to interact with people and to provide real-world solutions that make us more productive.”