Google's Project Glass made its public debut on the face of Google co-founder Sergey Brin on Thursday night, prompting new excitement about the project, fresh predictions of future marvels -- or horrors -- and inspiration, most likely, for new parodies of the funky, futuristic headset.
In photos, Brin appears comfortable in the augmented-reality specs as he stands alongside tech guru Robert Scoble at a charity event in San Francisco. Interestingly, the event at which the futuristic eyewear made its first appearance was Dining in the Dark for the Foundation Fighting Blindness.
Scoble wrote about seeing Brin and the glasses on social media, saying he saw "bluish light" that flashed off of Brin's right eyeball. But Brin wasn't handing the glasses around for people to inspect.
When the specs were unveiled in a blog post and video Wednesday on Google+, it was clear Google wasn't yet done with them. The Google X team asked for feedback and input from the public. Some of that feedback has come in the form of comedy.