A tech-minded TMZ paparazzi hanging around a pre-Oscar party noticed one of the guests wearing Google Glass and managed to grab a few minutes of her time. During the short clip, the pap gushes about the tech, and how he “just heard about this today” and that “it’s the newest invention.” He then drops a “I don’t know who you are, I apologize,” to which the guest replies, “That’s OK.” It turns out that the woman was Anne Wojcicki, the wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
The quick interview is interesting in that Anne shows off the tech, while also poking fun at the paparazzi because her ability to snap photos is much easier than theirs, saying they can go “head-to-head.” She also mentions that they need a camera for their work, while she is able to record video through her Google Glass with ease.
The pap also asked her how much they cost and when they were coming out, which we now know the answers to. Google told The Verge that they would retail for less than $1500 and could arrive some time later this year.
Quick, someone bring up privacy.