We’ve already seen a nice collection of photos surface from those who are helping test Project Glass, and now the next best thing has come to light: video. One Googler put the prototype glasses on and took them for a spin on the trampoline. The 15 second video was shot in 720p and it definitely impresses my eyes. Yours may be different, but considering this is a prototype I’d say things are looking very sharp. Find the sample video above. [via The Verge]
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