It looks like Google may be giving up on getting people to buy Glass -- for now.
The company is shifting strategies, shuttering the Google Glass "Explorer" program and halting sales of the $1,500 gadget, according to a blog post published Thursday.
The move seems to signal that Google Glass may be struggling to connect to consumers, which you may have guessed given that some Glass ambassadors have been physically attacked just for wearing the thing. Certain bars have also banned the wearable, which allows individuals to easily record their surroundings and get information delivered straight to their eyeball.
A representative for Google said the company had no information to share beyond its blog post.
"We’re continuing to build for the future, and you’ll start to see future versions of Glass when they’re ready," Google wrote.
Even if the product isn't yet a hit with consumers, Business Insider notes that businesses have embraced it.
Organizations like Virgin Airlines have experimented with the product, and one analysis said smartglasses could significantly increase workplace efficiency in a variety of industries.