Google Glass, From the Perspective of a Glasshole

By Gary Cutlack on at

Every wondered what Google Glass looks like from the perspective of an actual user and outside of Google's glossy, posed promotional videos? That's what you get in this user review video, where a man in possession of the expensive voyeur peripheral sticks a camera up to the lens and gives us a wearer's-eye view of the action.

In short, it's responsive, has no trouble being operated entirely by voice, and does appear to live up to Google's promises. And at around the 4:00 mark the reviewer conducts a live video call with another Google Glass user, which is the sort of mind-blowing, slick tech dream we were promised back when 3G networks launched in the last millennium. [Phandroid]