New Project Glass video will have you turning flips – or not

Google’s Project Glass, whatever you think of it, is on its way. While we know it likely won’t look anything like the video we saw earlier last month, it should prove to be a rather interesting way of interacting with the world around you. Whether or not it will truly take off is a while different question, but we’re beginning to see more and more pictures and videos trickle out – like the one below.

There’s not much to the video below, as it’s just someone doing flips on a trampoline while wearing the glasses. We’re sure it’s much easier to achieve a video of this sort with something like this opposed to holding a camcorder (or phone) in your hands, but how many people plan on doing this? We suppose it doesn’t matter, and we also supposed asking for something a little more practical out of these AR glasses is asking too much.

It’s still up in the air if we’re going to see Project Glass at Google I/O later next month, as it could go either way. Then again, what better way to tackle bugs then give the glasses to a large group of developers that will continuously submit bug reports to the search giant? Only time will tell, but we’re hoping to see the Nexus Tablet debut more than anything on June 27th – 29th.

Take a look at the video below!

[Via: YouTube]

  • They have been very clear that the glasses are still in an early prototype phase. And from what has been said already, the only functionality that is working is photo and video capture. It would make sense that there will be more features to come if they are only a early prototype.

  • I don’t think we need such things.

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