"Chaganty is known for his short films Alibi -, The Sound of Evanescence - and Monsters -."
New York, May 10 - As the world prepares to celebrate Mother's Day Sunday, a new promotional Google Glass short film features the love between a mother and her son.
Made by an Indian-origin filmmaker Aneesh Chaganty, who wore Google Glass throughout the shoot, the two-and-a-half minute film Seeds, released Friday, was shot over the course of 10 days in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tokyo and India.
The story talks about the journey of a young married man traveling all the way from San Francisco to India to tell his mother the new development in his life.
Chaganty wore same clothes and a wedding ring throughout the shoot.
It gives us a first-person look at the fictional father-to-be's trip as he boards planes, trains and automobiles to get to his mother's place.
His interactions with people are all captured through Glass's video recording feature, Google Glass said in a statement.
The short film is part of Google's Glass Creative Collective.
The film showcases $1500 - Glass's capabilities that expected to hit the market later this year.
Chaganty is known for his short films Alibi -, The Sound of Evanescence - and Monsters -.
He graduated from the University of Southern California's school of cinematic arts last year.