The footage offers a look at the gadget's interface from the first-person perspective, showing users capturing photographs and video footage using voice commands.
Google unveiled the Android-powered glasses last summer, showcasing a prototype mode with video and audio capabilities as well as a built-in accelerometer.
Company co-founder Sergey Brin was recently spotted field-testing the device on the New York subway, while CEO Larry Page donned the eyewear for an event in London last year.
Reports suggest that the sophisticated nature of the product has convinced Google of the need to open up high street stores with trained staff on-hand to offer demonstrations.
Google Glass is unlikely to be available to the general public until 2014, but select developers are expected to get their hands on early models this year.