Google Glass is Headed to the ISS

The Google Glass headset is boldly going where few consumer-orientated wearables have gone before, as the smart glasses are packaged up to a team working at the International Space Station. Tomorrow’s SpaceX launch will send the device spaceward, where scientists will "analyse the regeneration mechanisms of flatworms in the microgravity environment of space".
Glass will primarily be used in pre-flight integration operations and post-flight operations, according to the Glass Almanac. Acting as an augmented reality assistant to the crew, the goal is to test Glass’s feasibility as a fully-fledged space-faring human interface device.