WRAL broadcasts via Google Glass

WRAL-TV will give viewers a unique, insider view of the news when anchors and crew wear Google Glass during the morning news this week.

WRAL News anchor Bill Leslie (@WRALbleslie) will be first to wear Google Glass live on air, starting Tuesday at 6:30 a.m.

Studio crew chief Stuart Todd, news producer Kianey Carter (@KianeyCarter) and traffic anchor Brian Shrader (@wraltraffic) will each wear Google Glass on subsequent days as a way to give viewers a never before viewpoint of the news. 

You'll be able to see what they see, including what happens behind the scenes and during commercial breaks, in a live stream on WRAL.com. You follow along on Twitter using #WRALGlass.

Google Glass is a wearable, voice-controlled computer with an optical head-mounted display and built in video camera. Glass delivers an augmented reality image to the wearer. It can search the internet, answer dictated questions, take pictures, and record video.