Google Glass has made plenty of headlines this week. First we saw a new sample video of what the device is like when it's on your head, and then we heard that Google's trying to make the augmented reality experience look less robotic and sexier. Now, it turns out that other industry figureheads are down to get in on the Google Glass experience, too.

"I can't wait to get my own," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, according to Forbes. It's a bit of a strange move for the Facebook exec, especially because the company competes directly with Google in the ad and social network spaces. Still, Zuckerberg had a few questions for Google on the whole AR experience.

"How do you look out from this without looking awkward," he asked, wondering how one would use them without breaking eye contact with another individual. We've wondered the same thing, but perhaps Google's alleged partnership with Warby Parker will alleviate the "awkward" part.