This is the press conference from the perspective of the reporter wearing the Google glass.
We've heard about Google Glass used to shop for houses, and help make arrests.
Now, Glass stole the show at a high-level political press conference.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was answering questions from reporters, when she picked one who was wearing Google Glass.
"I'll answer your question," she said, "If you tell us about your glasses."
"Um, they are Google Glasses,” the reporter said.
“I see,” Pelosi said. “But I mean what are we doing with them right now? Are we filming all of this?”
“Yes, it’s being filmed,” the reporter said, “but it’s also being filmed by those cameras,” he said, turning his head to the back of the room.
“Yeah, yeah, yeah,” Pelosi said. “No, it’s good."
“It’s telling mom, what your family what you ate for lunch—what you’re going to eat for lunch as soon as you look down at your lunch?” she asked.
“My mom made me lunch, so she knows,” the reporter joked.
After taking a question from Pelosi about showing his parents what he ate for breakfast (answer: yes, he does...), the press conference continued, and a wall into the future was broken down.
Scott likes Glass. He's on Twitter: @scottbudman