It turns out Microsoft is working on something similar. It filed some patents on the project.
There's a big difference between what Microsoft is working on and Google Glass.
The most recent word out of Google is that Google Glass isn't going to use "augmented reality" – where data and illustrations overlay the actual world around you.
Google Glass is actually just a tiny screen you have to look up and to the left to see.
Microsoft's glasses seem to utilize augmented reality. In a patent illustration we've embedded below, you can see that the glasses put data on top of a live action concert and a ballgame.
Nicholas Carlson at Business Insider thinks something like Google Glass or what Microsoft is working on could end up replacing the smartphone as the dominant way people access the Internet and connect to each other.
Read the rest of Nicholas Carlson’s article at Business Insider