Transcript for High Tech POV Wedding Video Goes Viral
To the geeky groom with a great idea. Camera eyeglasses to capture his wedding day from his point of view. How did he do it and what did the bride think? Sara haines is here with the story. Seems like the easy going type, letting the husband to be to conduct the video experiment on the big day. But they never expected the trip down the aisle to get so much attention. A wink and a whisper, both intended for only the groom to see, unless the groom happens to be michael. I was shooting a wedding from think perspective. An entertainment technology consultant and self-pro claimed -- geek. It let him film the wedding from his point of view without noticing. I didn't want the family to think I was insane. Okay, seemed really excited, so sure. I let him run with it. And he did. He ran with it all the way down the aisle, through the first kiss, and even on to the dance floor. So many people are focused on, you know, the bride, that this gives yet another angle. Because it is all about the bride. All that attention would make any bride blush. But kate thought it was a private keepsake. I thought my mom would watch it 50-100 times, and no one else would see it. Until it went viral. Now 220,000 hits on youtube and counting. You may kiss the bride. But even with all of america watching their most intimate moments, they clearly only have eyes for each other. Very sweet. It was a great idea. See if it catches on like the proposal videos. Funny enough, I've always wanted to look at the groom. I go straight to the groom. It's sweet, you can see them catch their breath -- hopefully. Ron is proposing a followup video on the honey moon. Of course he is. And dan is seconding that. Ginger -- it is funny. All right, all right. Thank you, sara. High-tech claire born.
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