Photos: Skydivers bring Google Glasses to the party

Photos: Skydivers bring Google Glasses to the party

Summary: Google co-founder Sergey Brin employed cyclists and skydivers in an elaborate show to highlight the powers of the company's Project Glass computerised glasses, at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco


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  • Skydivers POV of the city

    The live feed showed the city advancing on the skydivers as they jumped out of the blimp and dropped towards the event, landing on the roof of the convention centre.

    Image credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET News

  • Cyclists invade the centre

    As the skydivers landed, a pack of Google Glasses-wearing cyclists invaded the convention centre and joined Brin on stage. Meanwhile, a team of climbers abseiled down the outside of the building to join the fun.

    Image credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET News

  • Skydivers, cyclists and climbers on stage at Google I/O

    The skydivers, cyclists and climbers soaked up the applause from the crowd as Brin thanked them and went on to explain a bit more about Project Glass.

    Image credit: Google

Topics: Google, Emerging Tech

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