Future schedule of cities not known at this point
The group of people who have had the opportunity to use Google Glass is a pretty exclusive club, but that group is about to get bigger with a new demo tour for the headset. Google announced on its official Glass Google+ page today that it will be running a demonstration event for Google Glass in Durham, North Carolina on October 5th. The idea of the event is to let the general public come try on Glass, talk to the Glass team and ask those burning questions about the technology.
If you don't live near Durham there's no need to worry — Google is going to pack up this show and take it on the road to other US cities as well. Google hasn't announced a schedule or even what the second city on the tour will be, but has said it will announce on Google+ when it happens.
If you are near the Durham area, you can RSVP for the event now to guarantee you get a chance to try everything out and partake in some "local snacks and beverages."
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