Today Google took another bold step forward in the wearable tech market by introducing prescription lenses that will be compatible with Google Glass. Led by head designer Isabelle Olsson, the company unveiled four new Glass frames: Bold, Curve, Thin, and Split. "With these four different frames, people can really make Glass their own," Olsson said. Each frame is available in three shades—Classic, Active and Edge—and have all been designed by Google's own team. Dubbed the Titanium Collection, Olsson said this was the "next step in what continues to be a growth period for Glass leading up to our consumer launch later in 2014." In addition to Glass, the frames will run for $225, although Olsson said, "check your health benefits to see if they’re reimbursable."

In Complex's Decmber 2013/January 2014 issue we said of Glass: "With its streamlined aesthetic, Glass emerges as a trailblazer in a field with little competition. Much in the same way Apple altered the landscape for smartphones in 2007, Google is doing it with eyewear. The first model won't be perfect, but the possibilities are, well, limitless." Those words ring true especially today, because now you'll be able to see the world like never before

Frames are currently only available for Explorers, but Google plans to rollout Glass to the wider public by the end of the year. For more, visit the Google Glass homepage.