A new video from Google shows how users can take photos and record video with Google Glass.

Google's wearable, interactive camera is now available for a new round of beta testing. The company released a video today to promote the technology, showing what the world looks like through Glass. In the video, users activate the camera to take and share photos by speaking to the device. A preview screen in the corner shows the image as well as who you are sending it to.

Users who want to get their hands on an early version of Google Glass can apply to be a beta tester. On Google+ or Twitter, post a message with the hashtag #ifihadglass. Applications must be 50 words or less and can include up to 5 photos and a video up to 15 seconds long. Winners will need to preorder the Glass Explorer Edition for $1,500 plus tax and pick it up themselves in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles.