Google Glass is an impressive device that lets users walk around with a smart computer visible in the corner of their eye, but like most pieces of technology, it has imperfections. And this weekend, "Saturday Night Live" hilariously pointed them out.
Randall Meeks, a geeky technology correspondent played by "SNL" cast member Fred Armisen, wears a make-shift version of the futuristic device in a piece on the show's "Weekend Update" news segment. Trying to demonstrate how easy it is to use Glass, he makes a series of comically outrageous head bobs to navigate the device all the while talking about how no one can notice what he is doing.
"I used to spend so much time of my life looking down at my phone, and now, thanks to Google Glass, the phone is up here and I can use it without being rude or distracting," Meeks tells Seth Meyers .
"Best of all, they look like totally normal glasses," Meeks says, to which Meyers responds, "Oh, I don't think that's true."