Google Glass Was Prototyped In One Day Using Binder Clips And Clay

Tom Chi helped design the user experience of Google’s famous “Google X” division, where engineers work on a number of secret projects. He was instrumental in helping the Google Glass project get off the ground and he recently gave a TED Talk in which he reveals how such a seemingly complex device was prototyped in one day using incredibly common objects like chopsticks, binder clips, and hairbands.

It’s an interesting and funny presentation. Give it a look:

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