Now that's a demo.
Google Glass at I/O sets a new level of ballsiness for a not-yet-released product. Lots to think about from it.
I wonder if we will hire people to watch *and maybe comment on and enhance) our streams for us at some stage in the future?
Caveat: all companies are evil in one way or another, especially advertising-funded companies. That said, I like that fact that Google is announcing this product two years before it will come to market more than the Apple ultra secrecy route (then again, the Nexus Q media streamer didn't get that treatment).
Also compare with Microsoft. Surface looked great, but the browser crashed during the demo and no-one could actually use the devices. Google handed their new tablet, the Nexus 7, out to conference attendees.
Well, that was unexpected. Google's Sergey Brin just stepped on stage at Moscone West to deliver a demo of Google Glass, and it involves a Google+ hangout conducted via their connected eyewear. Oh, an…