Victor Oladipo is seeing the future.

The NBA draft's second overall pick rocked Google Glass, which isn't available to the public, on Thursday night, as seen in this photo tweeted out by the league.

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According to The Verge, Oladipo spent days before getting used to the glasses, which he used to film his draft experience until an NBA official asked that he take them off. He reportedly attracted a lot of attention from a number of his fellow draft-ees.

"Alex Len was really into it," he told the website. "Michael Carter-Williams, Ben Mclemore, all the guys. They thought it was pretty cool, they tried ‘em on, got their own perspective. It was pretty fresh."

In addition to proving his technological savviness, Oladipo also showed off his singing talents, which are surprisingly ... good:

His high school basketball coach, Mike Jones, told NBC Sports that Oladipo has been surprising people with his singing talents since his senior year of high school and he had half expected him to do that the moment he went on TV after being drafted. "I totally thought he was going to break out into song,” Jones said. "And he would have had this whole place rocking had he done that."

Oladipo averaged 13.6 points and 6.3 rebounds for the Hoosiers last season.

Here's a Vine of Oladipo with his super cool glasses.

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