On Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, the Pentagon permitted filming of the roundtable conducted by Brig Gen. Mark Martins, the war court chief prosecutor, laying out plans for that week's 9/11 pretrial hearings. In the past it's been done sitting in an actual circle, a bit less formally, or at tables, where reporters can set their pads and recorders in front of them. This one was a little more formal, and military staff matched reporters because only six media members came down on the Military Commissions flight a day earlier from Andrews Air Force Base.
Here's a 10-minute segment of with it looked like, as seen by Google Glass inside a mostly empty shed at the war court compound, from the vantage of a print reporter, me.
This video presents some of the challenges of one-size, fits-all reporting -- and how I'm still learning to use my GoogleGlass as a reporting tool.