Sergey Brin has seen once again with Project Glass – but interesting is that for the very first time he let someone else wear Google’s augmented reality headset. During The Gavin Newsom Show, California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom wore the specs and told Wired about his experience. “You can easily forget you have them on, and sense the capacity of use in the future,” Newsom told us, adding the headset felt incredibly light, comfortable and inconspicuous on his head.
He also tells Newsom, “Don’t touch the pad on the side” while setting up the headset for the talk show host. He further told the publication that he was impressed with the image quality of the display in the glasses. Newsom also told that he was surprised by “how unremarkable the glasses are except for the remarkable feature.”
After returning the glass back to his own face, Brin told Newsom that he brought a rough prototype. “I have some hopes to maybe get it out sometime next year,” he told Newsom, “but that’s still a little bit of a hope.” The Google co-founder told Newsom that Google X is now his primary focus at Google.
You can watch the full interview on Friday, June 1 at 8 p.m. Pacific on Current TV.