We’ve seen a number of real-world uses for Google Glass ever since the company made its Explorer Edition available to a number of people, such as a first-hand look at a game of ice hockey or seeing through the eyes of a toddler. We’re sure there are going to be more moments people are going to want to capture with their pair of Google Glass, many of those moments being life-altering events, such as a marriage proposal.
The proposal caught on Google Glass is only 26 seconds long and is titled “She said yes #throughglass,” which we’re sure you can guess what Breon Nagy’s girlfriend’s response was when she was popped the question during their trip to Leeds Castle in Kent, England. Even though the video is short, it certainly is one Nagy and his fiancé will remember for years to come and shows just how important being able to capture a number of life’s moments mean to some people.
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