Google co-founder Sergey Brin is photographed at a charity event sporting a pair of the augmented-reality specs.
Robert Scoble (left) with Google co-founder Sergey Brin, who was spotted sporting a prototype pair of the Web giant's augmented reality eyeglasses.
(Credit: Robert Scoble)
Sergey Brin was spotted this evening sporting a pair of Google Glasses, the augmented-reality specs the Web giant is working on.
Brin was photographed wearing a prototype pair of the eyeglasses while he posed with tech evangelist Robert Scoble this evening at a charity event in San Francisco.
"The Google Glasses are real! Here is a set on @sergeybrinn cofounder of Google @ Palace Hotel, San Francisco," Scoble wrote, including the picture in a Twitter post. "They look very light weight. Not much different than a regular set of glasses," he wrote in another tweet.
But that is as close as Brin would let Scoble get to his specs, Scoble wrote in another tweet: