Engadget post time: May 04, 2013 at 06:11AM
When Google asked what we’d do if we had Glass, it was no doubt hoping we’d produce some world-changing ideas. We now know at least a few exist, courtesy of physics teacher Andrew Vanden Heuvel. He’s long been hoping to use the wearable tech for remote teaching and one-on-one sessions, and the Glass Explorer program has given him the chance to do just that. His first stop? None other than CERN. Courtesy of a trip for Google’s new Explorer Story video series, Vanden Heuvel is the first person to teach a science course while inside the Large Hadron Collider tunnel, streaming his perspective to students thousands of miles away. While we don’t know if other Explorer Stories will be quite as inspiring, we’ll admit to being slightly jealous — where was Glass when we were kids?
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