Watch the first-ever Google Glass marriage proposal

Don't expect a Google Glass wedding from the newly engaged couple—although Ingle hasn't completely ruled out a Google Hangout.


Michelle Jaworski


Published Jun 4, 2013   Updated Jun 1, 2021, 2:12 pm CDT

If women ever wondered what a proposal looked like from the other side, Google Glass now makes that possible.

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Breon Nagy, a product manager from St. Paul, Minn., is one of the lucky few who have been testing out the new product from Google. While it’s getting more attention for porn lately, the product managed to capture a happy ending.

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Nagy proposed to his girlfriend, Amanda Ingle, while touring Leeds Castle in Kent, England.

“If you were my queen I’d buy you a million castles,” Nagy says to Ingle in the short video. “Let’s start our adventure together. Will you marry me?” He had carried the ring with him for two days before he popped the question.

“Of course I will,” she says, going in for a kiss, which doesn’t visually play out as well on Google Glass’s first-person perspective.

Proposals are no longer just about getting on one knee. This one brought physics into the equation, Timothy Tiah rustled in a variety of memes, Len Kendall put a post on BuzzFeed, and Curt Buthman popped the question to his girlfriend last week in the first-ever Vine proposal.

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Don’t expect a Google Glass wedding from the newly engaged couple—although Ingle hasn’t completely ruled out a Google Hangout.

@amandaingle @kayloire @printerpete @projectglass I was told “NO GLASS AT THE WEDDING” :P I’m sure we can arrange something :)

— Breon Nagy (@breon) May 30, 2013

H/T @BuzzFeed | Photo via Breon Nagy/YouTube

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*First Published: Jun 4, 2013, 12:54 pm CDT