12/10/2013 11:10 am ET Updated Jan 25, 2014

You Never Know What Can Happen With Google Glass

Google Glass may be the future, but one of the things it does best is capture the present.

A new stop-motion film "Catch: A Handimation Through Glass" was made by stitching together more than 1,000 photos and drawings taken on Google Glass, a wearable computer. The nearly three-minute video captures a “surreal moment on a lazy Sunday morning,” as described on the creator's YouTube account.

Filmed from the perspective of a man sitting alone at a coffee shop, the video begins with a cutesy flirtation and spins into a wildly surreal adventure that all occurs in the palm of the Glass wearer’s hand.

The film was shot over the span of four days by Goggle’s Tu Uthaisri and a group of filmmaker friends to showcase Glass’ ability for storytelling. Google Glass issued the following statement on its Google Plus account:

Since the beginning, filmmakers have been telling us how they would use Glass for storytelling. Now that the Explorer Program is underway, there's a lot of directing, producing and exploring happening, and we're inspired. Filmmakers from the Glass Creative Collective, our partnership with top-notch film schools, will be sharing more in the coming months. In the meantime, here's Catch, a short film by our very own +Tu Uthaisri.

Watch the amazing video above. (It might even give you some ideas for when Glass publicly launches in 2014.)