Former Indiana Hoosiers guard Victor Oladipo was one of the most highly sought after players in the 2013 NBA Draft class. While Oladipo demanded a lot of attention for his skill set, he was receiving even more attention off of the court for a draft accessory that hasn’t been seen before. The newest member of the Orlando Magic was rocking Google Glass to the draft.
For those who don’t know what Google Glass is, it is wearable technology from the search engine giant that allows users to do many of the activities they can do on a smart phone without having a hand set.
You can record video, take photos, search Google, get directions and even send text messages. This technology will be available for approximately $1,500 next year.
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Luckily for us, Google Glass allowed Oladipo a great way to observe his journey and hopefully share photos and video of the experience that we would never get to see otherwise. Let’s all hope that those videos and photos show up on social media.
If you didn’t catch Oladipo rocking the technology last night, here is a photo of the revolutionary draft accessory: