Two days after Google showed off a redesigned Glass for prescription glasses, the Mountain View, Calif.-based company has released five mini games for its heads-up display.
The five mini-games make use of Glass’s sensors. A few, such as Balance and Clay Shooter, are hands-free, relying on voice commands, head motion, and balance. One game, Shape Splitter, requires users to wave their hands to slice objects a la Fruit Ninja.
The aim of these games is simplicity. “We intentionally wanted games that are quick to get into when you have a few, free minutes and just as easy to get out of when you want to turn your attention back to reality,” the company said on its Glass Developer site.