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Despite the early criticisms that wearing augmented reality glasses would wound up its users getting bumped into street posts most of the time, Google went on with the project anyway. The giant software company introduced to the public what they claim is the first video taken from their Google Glasses prototype. The video clip, which was uploaded on YouTube and shared on Google+ Photographer’s Conference last May 23rd, shows what the wearer sees as he flips on a trampoline.

Max Braun, the Tech Lead for Project Glass, also posted some photos that were supposedly captured from the AR glasses. The images show the wearer reading a newspaper, catching a football in the backyard, and helping a kid play on the monkey bars.

Of course, this is not the first time we have seen images from a head-mounted portable camera, but it does show how Google Glasses would enable people to capture various moments in their lives.

Reactions about the images have been generally positive, but some could not help but say some tongue-in-cheek suggestions for using the Google Glasses–like using it for point-of-view porn.

Source: Google Plus, via MSNBC

 
 

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