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.

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