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Google Glass in the Gobi – Dinosaur Nest

Aki Watanabe demonstrates the careful process of extracting and jacketing a nest of dinosaur eggs in the Gobi Desert. A graduate student at the AMNH’s Richard Gilder Graduate School, Watanabe is also a beta tester for Google Glass and has been using the technology to document and convey his behind-the-scenes experiences. His other videos include the information-filled Prospecting in the Gobi and what it’s like to find Something Big, below:

What a great way to share science in the field!

In the archives: more dinosaur videos, including this Mexico Dinosaur Dig, and Dr. Lindsay Zanno introducing Siats Meekerorum

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