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Oakland Raiders punter Chris Kluwe decided to wear Google Glass for Training Camp in order to give fans an inside look at what the players see. Then he passed off the Google Glass to kicker Sebastian Janikowski, to show fans what it looks like to kick a field goal.
I hope more players do stuff like this during training camp, because as an NFL fan, it’s priceless to see the game the way the players see the game.
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Raiders punter Chris Kluwe filmed himself at training camp with his Google Glass.
In the video below, Kluwe handed his Google Glass to kicker Sebastian Janikowski to take some video while he booted some field goals.
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This year, Raider fans will have the opportunity to experience Training Camp in a totally new way thanks to punter Chris Kluwe. The veteran kicking specialist has brought a “Google Glass” to the training facility located at Napa Valley so the Silver & Black faithful can get into the action through his view of what’s going on, like never seen [...]
Yesterday, the Vikings treated us to a first-person view of training camp thanks to Adrian Peterson's helmet camera. Now, thanks to one of our favorite players, Chris Kluwe, we can see the world of the NFL from a kicker's perspective.
We know of three videos from the Raiders' kickers using Google's trendy eyewear, Google Glass.
The first shows Kluwe punting...