Google Glass will be released just in few weeks.
The Explorer Edition of its Google Glass cost $1,500 will be shipped within weeks.
This month Google hopes to ship Glass Explorer Edition, designed for the first people to examine the potential uses of Glass.
Developers can play around programming with Glass and the users can test them in the real world.
So from now Glass is expected to be a major focus for the company. The first Glass units were shortly to come off the production lines of Foxconn factories in the US.
It's not clear however whether the headsets shipping next month will just be going to those developers who pre-ordered their Google Glass specs some time ago, or also to the 8,000 competition winners who Google recently selected to purchase their own Explorer Editions.
Also, Google Ventures announced on Wednesday it had teamed up with venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and Caulfield & Byers (KPCB) to form the Glass Collective. This group is going to develop the apps for Glass.
The Glass Collective wants to see both hardware and services ideas for Glass, and of course consumer and enterprise innovations around messaging, sharing, search and navigation.
Currently the collective will only provide seed funding to US start-ups. But they will broaden the geography as the Glass increase in popularity.
By the way, there are already few apps that were developed for the new mini-screen form factor, such as a New York Times reader app by Google, Evernote and Path.
There are also apps for Twitter too.
Some analysts believe that Glass has even a bigger potential than smartphones.
It has the potential to create completely new world of services and experiences. Since then, in rapid fire over just 20 months, Glass has been iterated, tested and refined. It has attracted some of Google's best and brightest talent, and is drenched in advanced software, including Android, voice recognition, and an innovative user interface.