Organizers of a Google Glass-themed event at a glass-bathroom-organizer are hoping to find a local distributor for the device.
Organizers of the event said on Tuesday that they were working with the San Francisco-based Glassware Group to secure a distributor for their event.
Glassware says its first Glassware Glassware, a company that specializes in eyewear, is slated to be at the event.
It will be hosted by the San Diego Glassware group.
Glass Warehouses is a division of Glassware that specializes only in glasses.
“We want to make sure the Glassware event will be a great experience for attendees and Glassware customers, and we want to be a good partner for Glassware to help them with the logistics of the Glass event,” Glassware spokeswoman Erin S. Jones told Axios in an email.
GlassWare is based in San Diego and was founded in 2010.
GlassWorks, a division that Glassware has created, is a logistics provider.
Glassware, which is owned by Google, is building Glassware glasses for Google Glass, the Google Glass wearable computer that has been in development since 2012.
The Glassware brand is based on Glassware’s logo, which was first used on Google Glass’ Google Glasses in 2016.
Google Glass has not launched on Android yet.
The Google Glass is expected to be unveiled in 2017.