Google has launched a series of new sports glasses to help its users better understand the game, including one for men and one for women.
The glasses, which can be purchased online for $199.99, are designed to be worn on the sideline during games to help people with visual impairments.
The company says they are made of a flexible material that can bend to adjust to different shapes and sizes, and will be “easy to set up.”
The glasses are the latest in a long line of “smart glasses” that have been rolled out by the company to help improve vision for athletes and athletes’ families, including its EyeGrip glasses.
The technology has been used to help athletes who are blind or visually impaired run at a high level.
The EyeGrips are similar to the ones Google has released for other sports like tennis and basketball.
They allow users to track their pace while playing a game and also have a built-in camera that will help them track other players.
Google is also releasing an app for Android phones and tablets that will allow users of the glasses to use it while watching videos.
This app will also allow users with some types of vision loss to easily control the goggles.
The new glasses will also help users better read and understand the rules of the game.
“It’s important to note that the technology is only designed for a limited time,” Google says.
“In the future, we’ll continue to enhance the glasses and bring them to more players, but at this time, the technology isn’t yet ready for use by everyone.”
This article has been updated to clarify that the glasses are for “men and women,” not “women and men.”