Google Glass has gotten another facelift.
On Monday, the search giant revealed the second-generation of its heads-up display glasses that feature a new design, an improved camera and processor, as well as a slew of other updates.
The $999 device isn't available for consumers, like the ill-fated original Glass was, but is targeted to workers in factories and other facilities.
Google said Glass has been used on the job by employees to view checklists or instructions and send inspection videos or photos.
With the latest iteration, Google said the device is built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 platform, which packs a faster CPU and a new artificial intelligence engine, an improved camera and faster charging capability.
While Google doesn't appear to have any plans of making Glass available to consumers anytime soon, the device seems to be taking off among those who use it in the enterprise industry.