An animated stop-motion film harnesses the power of Glass’ first-person perspective for a unique viewing experience.

Google Glass has received mixed reviews since its introduction, with part of the criticism resulting from a lack of clear, practical use. At the very least, there is now a very cool use.

Catch is a roughly 3-minute stop-motion film that uses the advantages of Google Glass to show a film’s action from the wearer’s perspective. Revolving around a “surreal moment on a lazy Sunday morning,” the partially animated film was shot over four days entirely on Google Glass, with over 1,000 photos and drawings.

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