I've been working on a video project for the last two months called A Day at St. Bridget School. My goal was to give teachers, parents and our school community the ability to see our school from the perspective of students.
At different points of the day, I would stop a student from the activity and ask them if they could wear Glass as they continued their work or play. The videos would automatically sync with Google+, then I would be able to download them and import them into iMovie.
One of the aha moments I had was after a scene with a kindergartener. His clip involved him walking from the car into school. However, after I viewed it, I quickly realized we couldn't use the footage. Since the student was the height of an average 5-year-old, the recording was of the teacher's waistline! It helped me realize that signs posted above a few feet high wouldn't be very visible to young children.
After securing the licensing for the background soundtrack, we were able to publish the video to YouTube on Thursday. Here's the finished product: