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This article was published on May 8, 2012

This is the type of photo you’ll be able to take with Google’s Project Glass

This is the type of photo you’ll be able to take with Google’s Project Glass
Drew Olanoff
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Google is teasing us about the future of its “Project Glass“, the glasses that will help you navigate the world, or just take really awesome pictures like this:

The team is asking you to suggest the type of photos that you’d take with Project Glass, so head on over:

We announced Project Glass in part to let our team start testing prototypes outside the office. +Sebastian Thrun, one of our project leaders, tried one out last weekend and we just had to share the result.

We’d love to hear about the types of moments you’d capture if you didn’t have to wait to pull out a camera or your phone. Please share your thoughts in the comments!

I want these things pretty bad, just to be able to say that I have them. The whole new perspective that they’re going to bring to the online world is pretty amazing.