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Photos of Google's Vic Gundotra wearing the latest, blue-hued Glass prototype

Darren Murph
06.27.12
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Sergey Brin briefly pulled out a light blue prototype of Google Glass whilst on stage at Google I/O, and as it turns out, those are evidently the latest and greatest models that the company is willing to wear around. We ran into social exec Vic Gundotra after this morning's keynote, only to find him donning precisely the same set that was teased on stage. We asked if the blue was just part of Google's experimentation with coloring Glass, and he chuckled while confessing that he wasn't authorized to speak further about the project or its ambitions. Still, the man looks good in blue. And something tells us you would, too.

Gallery: Google's Vic Gundotra wearing blue Glass prototype at Google I/O 2012 | 4 Photos

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