Google Employees Present Glasses While Skydiving In Real-Time
Google co-founder Sergey Brin and other employees at the company announced the details about the Google Glass project. The best part of the demo is that a Google employee did a real-time parachute jump and showed people at the I/O conference in real-time what he was looking at while drifting through the air.
Google Glasses lets you do many of the things that a smartphone does like surf the web, read restaurant reviews, watch videos, etc. “We have something special for you,” said Brin. “It’s a little time sensitive. This could go wrong in about 500 ways. Who wants to see a demo of Glass?”
Brin said that Google started working on Glass two and a half years ago. U.S. developers attending the I/O conference could pre-order “Glass Explorer Edition” for $1,500 and it will ship early next year. Check out the video below: