We’ve been hearing about Google’s video glasses for awhile, and today, Google released footage of Google Glass at perform, by enlisting a team of skydivers, base-jumpers, and cyclists to deliver the pictures of the glasses in action through live video to Google Hangouts. Obtainable only to Google I/O attendees who are in the US for a cost tag of $ 1,500 early next year, Google Glass will not be sold to buyers (but). But hey–men and women jumping off a blimp, jumping off San Francisco’s Moscone Center, and biking via a convention couldn’t be a much better way to sell it to those who can purchase it, and the video was posted right now.
This is a practically 24-minute video, and there is the usual conference stuff going on, when at the 6:52 mark, Google co-founder Sergey Brin interrupts a presentation about Google Events:
So they pretty considerably went the GoPro route there, and why not?
All the fanfare lasts roughly 11 minutes, but what a way to introduce your item, appropriate? It can take photos and video and it can broadcast–the last component being a bit of a sticking point as to why this won’t be a consumer-prepared product since there are distinct restrictions about broadcasting in other countries.
Spend attention to the details and characteristics afterwards. I like that Google thought of the person’s eye-line throughout the production of this thing. It would have been weird wearing it and hunting at a person wearing it with a small camera blocking 1 of the eyes.
Overall, impressive presentation. Regrettably not for everybody however, but probably will be in some form or yet another down the line.