Roger Federer Tries Out Google Glass [Video]
by Tom Gainey | May 21st, 2014, 12:28 pm
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Roger Federer tried out Google’s new Google Glass video glasses earlier this year. Joined by coach Stefan Edberg at the Google campus before Indian Wells, the glasses give fans a glimpse of what it’s like to hit like Roger Federer.

“It was really fun shooting this video,” said Federer. “It’s not often you get to explore new angles of watching tennis. I hope fans enjoy this new perspective.”


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3 Comments for Roger Federer Tries Out Google Glass [Video]

TGIT Says:

Reminds me of being on a tilt-a-wheel at the carnival. Fun for about two minutes.


Daniel Says:

Too many cuts. They should let him hit from the back of the court and not show a bunch of volleys. Too Michael Bay for my taste this video, better editing and it could be better


Super Says:

Poor Roger, he probably doesn’t know that he is helping google normalize their tool for taking the final remnants of privacy away from the ignorant masses.

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