‘The Daily Show’ Interviews Google Glass-Wearers in SF
To some, they are “Google Glassholes,” and to others they are just people who feel OK about dropping $1,500 on what ‘Daily Show’ correspondent Jason Jones aptly dubs a “Face Computer.”
In this segment, Jones wanders down Fillmore Street in Lower Pac Heights, San Francisco and interviews a handful of self-titled “Explorers” (including “Hate Crime” victim Sarah Slocum) about the abilities of Google Glass and the misconceptions (I guess?) about those who wear the glasses.
So much of this video is hilarious, but the crown jewel of the clip is when this guy tells Jones that Google Glass “works as an interface between you and the real world.”
“Do you hear yourselves?” Jones retorts. “An interface between you and the real world? Those are called eyes.”
Check out the video below.