Check out these collection of pictures taken with Google’s Project Glass augmented reality glasses

Google’s Project Glass augmented reality glasses are currently being tested out by the Project Glass team and many other people who work at Google. Now that the prototypes are in the hands of many people, we now have a better sense of type and quality of images that these futuristic glasses will produce.

The images below were taken by Google employees currently testing out Project Glass and were shown off the Google Plus Photographer’s conference which took place today and yesterday in San Francisco.

As you can see, the Project Glass prototypes are able to produce some very beautiful pictures. There’s also a video of a team member jumping and doing back flips on a trampoline.

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m pretty excited about Project Glass. There’s more to it than just taking nice-looking first-person pictures. You’ll be able to do many things that you currently do on your smartphone, all without using your hands. I can’t wait!

If you’re interested in Photography, you should check out the Google+ Photographer’s Conference hangout video!

Source: Project Glass (Google+)

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