. @RZGreenfield & @Dissatk created the perfect ad for @Google Glass: http://www.fastcompany.com/3032881/the-recommender/google-we-made-the-perfect-glass-ad-for-you by @rzgreenfield via @FastCompany

Look! Glass isn't just for loser dorks.

Check out that post-swoosh claw hand on this professional athlete!

Google wants the convey to the world that its wearable face computer is for cool people.

Up until this point, the device has had a social acceptance problem.

But look, another happy young woman.

And another!

In fact, all the Glass wearers at Wednesday's event were female.

Can Google overcome its "white men wearing Google Glass" image problem?

So, you're welcome Google.

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Google, We Made The Perfect Glass Ad For You

Look! A lady wearing Glass! You're welcome, Google.

Look! Glass isn't just for loser dorks—it's also for young women who wear lipstick and are good at sports. That's what this picture of me (above) from Google's "Ok Google: Let's Explore" event Wednesday morning says. And, conveniently that's exactly the kind of message Google wants the convey to the world about its wearable face computer, which up until this point has had a social acceptance problem. So, you're welcome Google.

Of course, Google already knows that it has a "white men wearing Google Glass" image problem to overcome, which is why it has outfitted a lot of very beautiful female models with Glass for its advertising campaigns. In addition all of the Glass wearers at the event I attended yesterday were women.

My pictures also demonstrate Glass's real-world utility, another plus for any marketing effort. As you can see, the device makes playing arcade-style basketball more fun. I'm testing Glass's shooting hoops app, which can help players improve their shot by providing them with information about the angle and arc of the ball, along with tips like "too flat!" Without Glass, you would only have hand-eye coordination, and stuff.

[Photos by Joel Arbaje for Fast Company]

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