Google has slowly been expanding its Google Glass Explorer Edition program, which was initially only open to a limited number of developers. The company started providing early adopters with the chance to invite three friends into the program back in October, before it finally opened up its waiting list to the general public in the United States earlier this month. Now, it’s opening up the program to even more people.
According to a screenshot obtained by Engadget, it looks like Google is now tapping into that aforementioned waiting list and letting people know that they can now order a pair of Google Glass to try, or to use to begin developing for the platform. The company’s new Glass Developer Kit will be most appealing, but the company also recently opened up its Mirror API to everyone, including those who don’t even own Glass yet.
As Engadget states, we can’t tell just yet how many people are receiving the new round of invites, but we know at least that Google is opening the gates a bit more. Hopefully soon we hear more details on a consumer version that comes with a more affordable price point.