Teaching through the eyes of Google Glass

Back in February, we made a post about a competition Google was holding to determine the lucky group of people that would be allowed the opportunity to purchase and try-out their new augmented reality eyeglasses. That contest is long since over, and lots of folks have had the chance to utilize the cool new technology as part of the Google Glass Explorers community. Check out this video from Andrew Vanden Heuvel, a physics teacher from Grand Rapids, Michigan, as he uses his Google Glass to show his brother’s physics class the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland!

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