Without a doubt, Google Glass's most attractive feature is its ability to take pictures and video from a wearer's perspective. There's no need to unlock a smartphone and fire up the camera app. And there's no need to wait for a camera to boot up. With Google Glass, wearers will literally have to stick their noses in places they don't belong to get "interesting" footage.
It's one thing to take wide-angle shots from afar, and a completely different experience to take highly "artistic" photos and videos. As this hilarious video from Grovo demonstrates, Glass wearers will need to use their entire bodies to act as human tripods to capture unique angles.
Needless to say, you'll look like a complete doofus while framing close-ups. Man, we can't wait to see all the "Glassholes" who'll be monkeying around like chimpanzees all over the place when Glass gets a public release. It's going to make for some hilarious YouTube videos.