England video: England U-21 goalkeeper Ben Amos wears The FA TV's Goggle-cam during a crossing training session. Uploaded September 8, 2012. http://youtu.be/egOtUmoE7Mo
This awesome video of England U-21 and Hull City goalie Ben Amos wearing Google-cam glasses while soccer balls are flying towards him during practice causes the mind to reel at the myriad possibilities of this, both training and entertainment!
(Or, in the hand of blogger iJustine, priceless. I'd be willing to bet that there's already someone at Google HQ in Mountain View trying to figure out how they can speed-up the process so that Justine Ezarik can get a pair in her hands -and on her oh-so cute face- and start evangelizing the product in her usual original and amusing ways via videos that capture the eyeballs of lots of early adaptors.)
Hypothetically, in its simplest form, at a minimum, you could equip a striker wearing one pair of Google-cam glasses on a breakaway and a goalie wearing a pair moving out to block and you could see both points-of-views via a split-screen on TV, during a quick replay following a shot on goal, or via a sub-channel like what NASCAR does on DirecTV with driver-cam showing the view of individual drivers.
WSJDigitalNetwork video: Google's Sergey Brin Previews New 'Google Glasses', Uploaded September 10, 2012
Wall Street Journal
Hype and Hope: Test Driving Google's New Glasses
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Ben Amos profile: http://www.hullcityafc.net/team/player-profile/index.aspx?playerid=331404&tcmuri=303169
Hull City AFC: http://www.hullcityafc.net/
BBC's team page: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/teams/hull-city
The FA and the English National Team:
YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/england