Google has set up a website for its Google Glass project and announced a contest related to the product, which is still to be formally introduced. Google posted a promo video for the internet-connected glasses on YouTube, and consumers can buy the product. The glasses, which will not be available in the mass market until next year, can do much of what smartphones do, but using voice commands instead of a touchscreen. A tiny display screen sits above the right rim and runs on the Android operating system. Google is still working on the design of the glasses; a recent report in The New York Times said that the company was discussing design concepts with Warby Parker, though the report is unconfirmed. The price is expected to be less than $1,500, but more than a smartphone.