We’ve salivated pretty hard over Google Glass here at Geekosystem, but that’s only because it looks really, really cool. We haven’t had a chance yet to see it in person, but it’s been popping up in the wild lately. Last month one was spotted in the East Village, and last night wearable computing enthusiast Noah Zerkin spotted Google founder Sergey Brin on the 3 train in New York wearing Google Glass.
Zerkin posted the image on Twitter with the following text:
Yeeeah… I just had a brief conversation with the most powerful man in the world. On the downtown 3 train. Nice guy. twitter.com/noazark/status…
— Noah Zerkin (@noazark) January 21, 2013
We don’t know what Brin and Zerkin talked about, but we bet the conversation focused largely on the amazing wearable computer on Brin’s face, and maybe also on Brin’s stylish beanie. But yeah, probably mostly on the wearable computer.
- Mr. Brin, I would really like to play this game with Google Glass
- Can’t wait for Google Glass? Don’t. Build your own DIY version
- Microsoft is getting in on the wearable computing game too