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First-Person Video Demonstration of Google Glass

May 1, 2013

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In 2002, Steven Speilberg's Minority Report gave us a glimpse into a future where floating images and motion-sensing controls are a way of life. Eleven years later, Google Glass is making those movie dreams a reality. Showing us what we can expect from the new technology, Google has just released a "how-to" video for the lucky few who have been selected to test Google Glass. The rest of us get to ooh and aah until Glass is made available to the public.

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Zosimo Maximo
- Zosimo Maximo is Vice President of Content at STACK Media and a video production specialist. He received an MFA in film and television from the...
Zosimo Maximo
- Zosimo Maximo is Vice President of Content at STACK Media and a video production specialist. He received an MFA in film and television from the...
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