Google has a model show off what its Glass Project might look like when it is finally released.
Google launched the new Google Glass details Tuesday, offering a 5 mega-pixel camera with 720p video playback, a full-day battery, 16GB of storage and 802.11b/g WiFi.
But the biggest news isn't about the technology at all, but that developers won't be allowed to place ads on or create paid apps for the new tech specs.
Google Glass is considered a Web app, and Google's terms of service prohibit ads and charging any fees to download apps or buy virtual goods, according to The Verge. Google said that it could change this in the future, but for now this is how Google Glass will be.