Google is set to make a range of glasses for use in the home.

The company is to start making glasses from recycled paper from recycled plastic bottles, with the first set to hit the market by 2020.

The project, which is expected to cost around £3,000, has the potential to significantly reduce the cost of household electronics, according to a report from tech firm BI Intelligence.

The glasses will not look like a smartphone, but will use a range, including a face recognition sensor, to make them look like they do.

Google has also said it will be testing a range using the glass for its Project Glass, which aims to provide virtual reality (VR) experiences for the elderly.

The company has been working on glasses since 2012, when it began developing the Project Glass wearable computing system.