My Roadtrek has been encased in ice and snow for the better part of a week now with several days of sub zero temperatures. Inside, shielded from the wind with the sun helping to mitigate the extreme outdoor temperature, it was about 15 degrees.
So, I got to wondering, how long will it take to warm it up, if, indeed such a thing was possible?
Slipping on my boots, a parka and my fuzzy warm hat with earflaps, I donned my Google Glass and set out to video a first person experiment.
Everything on the video above was shot with Google Glass, a wearable computer that does video and still photography from the user's point-of-view, as well as a gazillion other cool things. If you are on the geek and nerd side and want to know more about Google Glass, here's a post I did on it on my PC Mike Tech Blog. But my interest in Glass for this blog is to take POV videos like this.
The Webasto heater that my Roadtrek eTrek uses has impressed me before. But on this day, with an outdoor temperature of -12, it really proves its power.
So come along with me to snowy Michigan and click on the video to see for yourself just how fast that cold can be chased away.