A group of paratroopers where dropped from a helicopter using the expected technological glasses from the company’s. During that time they broadcasted live all the action using the built-in camera from the glasses.
As part of the search engine developer conference, Google I/O, one of the company’s founders, Sergey Brin, presented the expected augmented reality glasses. During his speech Brin burst into the conference room with the glasses and started talking about the new product.
But what was most shocking moments later, was when a group of paratroopers were dropped from a helicopter using the Google Project Glasses transmitting live their free fall. After this, the brave characters landed at the place where the meeting takes place.
The transmission was completely live and the people attending Google I/O could see through a screen placed in the conference room until the arrival of the paratroopers.
The interesting thing about this presentation is that Sergey Brin announced that developers attending the meeting may order a prototype of the glasses to the tune of $1500, which they will have access early next year.
It is expected that the final design of the lenses will be available to be marketed during 2013, after the release of the first prototype to those already commissioned their model.
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