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Google Glass: Interview with Ivy Ross on UK launch

23 June 2014 Last updated at 16:59 BST

It has been the most talked-about new gadget of the last year - not always in a good way - and now Google Glass is coming to the UK.

Anyone with £1,000 to spare can order the wearable computer that delivers smartphone information into a screen above your right eye.

Rory Cellan-Jones caught up with Google's newly appointed project leader for Glass, Ivy Ross. At the new Glass showroom in London's Kings Cross, she explained why she thinks the product has the potential to go mainstream.

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