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, 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

  • Google Glasses close-up

    Here's a close-up view of a pair of Google Glasses modelled by a Google I/O attendee, showing the embedded camera.

    US-based developers at Google I/O can pre-order the Project Glass Explorer Edition for delivery next year — though it will set them back $1,500 (£965).

    Image credit: James Martin/CNET News

Topics: Google, Emerging Tech

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