If by chance you weren’t 100% convinced by now that Google was serious about their plans to bring Project Glass, their highly-publicized and ambitious augmented-reality headset, to the mass at some point in the foreseeable future, the fact that the company has been so openly public with their testing should be an indication that the project is much more than meets the eye… No pun intended.
While we have already seen a slew of stills captured by the device recently, we have yet so witness any of the devices video capabilities – that is, until now.
In a gallery posted to Google+ from the recent G+ Photography Conference, a multitude of new images were released including the first ever sample video from Project Glass. While its recording capabilities are still unknown at this point, the 15-second clip captured in 720P is a good indication of Google’s ultimate plan to not let technology get in our way, but ultimately and seamlessly mesh with our day to day lives.
Via: The Verge