This is a great little demo of Google Glass. It is not professionally created; but, the Phandroid guys actually put a camera inside the Glass to show you what is happening when you talk to Google Glass. It connects to an Android phone via Bluetooth, and the best way to describe it is a BlueTooth headset on steroids. Above your right eye you see a large screen that looks like a smart phone screen. It sends sound through the frame using bone induction, and responds to voice commands, as well as through physical taps on the frames. Say "OK Google" and the screen wakes up just like Google Now. Ask a question, send an email, open a Hangout, and just about anything you can do with a smartphone. If Google can figure out a way to protect other people from the taking picture or video ability, I could really love this thing. Of course, the argument is that everybody now already has a smartphone that can photograph you anytime anywhere. And, you do give up your privacy rights when you walk around in public. However, that doesn't solve the problem of surreptitious use in private situations, like restrooms and in courtrooms or Federal installations. In fact, Glass may run afoul of statutes in Florida and other states that require consent of both parties to the recording of conversations or interactions between two people. Many questions, many problems, no answers yet. But, at least now you know what we are talking about.