Hmmm for $1500, this weatherwoman purchased a prototype of Google Glass (avail 2014).
Google Glass is basically a wearable miniature computer that resides on your nose, with a 5-megapixel camera that can shoot stills and videos on command. It can perform Google voice searches and show the results on a little square screen. It also connects to your smartphone to let you take calls.
Commands are made by voice and by tapping your finger on the front and side of Glass. Start by saying “OK, Glass” and then tell it to “take a photo” or “access Maps.”
Paired with an Android phone, it can provide spoken turn-by-turn directions and voice-texting. IPhone users don’t get access to either of those features.