The wonderful Berlin chamber ensemble Berlin Counterpoint approached me with their idea to use Google Glass to make a cool video to promote their Indiegogo Campaign to raise money for their CD recording. I loved the idea and took my Glass along to a rehearsal. You can see here in their video how it turned out…and I totally recommend supporting the Campaign, they are a great group and also really lovely people!
Faster than a desperate hedgehog, more powerful than a pool pump, and able to leap into a pool in a speeding bound, I rescued a struggling hedgehog who had fallen into a pool and was about to capture the moment because I was checking my emails with Glass when I realized something had fallen into the pool. So “Ok Glass, record a video” and went to see what it was.
I wouldn’t normally recommend wearing Glass in a pool but my main priority was getting the poor hedgehog out!
Back to Glass!
My Glass was out of action for a while but the wonderful Glass Support Team helped me revive it- Glass seemed to be in hibernation but working great now.
Here´s a little Glass video filmed in November on the Ginza in Tokyo, one of the most amazing cities in the world. Enjoy!
During the live Horn Hangout on September 9th, the incredibly talented Arkady Shilkloper persuaded me to try and groove with him in my very stiff and classical way… so what better way to document it than to don my Glass and record a video? We´ll be using the Glass footage as part of our edited Hangout which will be up very soon on the video page, so watch this space!
I spent a day with the National Youth Orchestra at what is for me the greatest music festival in the world- the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall. Thanks to the NYO and the BBC for letting me run around everywhere and film through Glass, I had a fantastic day as you can see in this video!