Google's Project Glass team on Friday introduced its new "Glass Sessions" series of videos that will show the public how users may someday take advantage of its futuristic glasses (besides using it to document sky divers jumping out of blimps above San Francisco).

The first video, titled Madame & Bebe Gayno is just 1:56 minutes long but shows how Google team member Laetitia Gayno has used Google Glass to document the early life of her newborn child. Through a Google Hangout, she shows off her baby to her family back home in France. She's also able to snap photos of her child in a first-person perspective.

We're really digging where Google is going with this technology. Too bad the company is currently asking developers to cough up $1,500 for the early Explorer Edition and that it likely won't be available to consumers until 2014.