If you’re interested in trying what may be the cutting edge of an inevitably augmented future reality, you can sign up here
. You do have to be a U.S. Resident, but no other requirements are given. How many people will actually get their hands on one of the devices is still not clear, however.Google has asserted that a consumer version of the device will eventually be available for no more than the price of a high-end smartphone, which is essentially what it is when you get past its eyewear form-factor. But if you don’t want to wait to be in the tech vanguard, now’s your chance.