… how Project Glass can instantly help us share experiences with friends. As you can see early in the interview, Thrun he doesn’t even break conversation to take the picture: he simply taps a button on the headset, focuses on Rose, and shares it with his Google+ circles using a few simple head gestures.
“The hope [with Project Glass] is to get things out of your life, not into your life,” Thrun told Rose.
But while it may be nice for taking pictures, Google apparently is still figuring out the best uses for the futuristic glasses. Thrun mentioned that he hasn’t really seen a compelling augmented reality use-case for Project Glass, and he went on to say that sharing is currently the most useful feature.