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A new video demonstrating Google ambitious wearable computer Glass was posted to the company’s website on Wednesday, shedding more light on exactly how the device might be used.In one clip, a man asks Glass to translate an English phrase to Thai, while another displays the status of an upcoming flight.Google Glass a thin, glasses like visor with an eyepiece that sits on the periphery of a user vision was unveiled last year at Google annual I/O developer conference. The device runs the Android mobile operating system and is primarily operated via voice command.The video is similar in some respects to Google Glass teaser video from last year, with people performing daily tasks as viewed from a first person perspective. Suggested functions include taking photos, recording and streaming video, sending messages, asking for directions and making web searches.However, Google is presenting a more detailed glimpse of how, exactly, interacting with Glass will work.Similar to how users of Microsoft Xbox gaming accessory Kinect can control the console by first using the prompt Google new video shows users speaking Glass before issuing a command.