97-year-old visits GoogleOlive Horrell grew up without electricity and radio. She had one wish: to visit Google. Watch what happens when she experiences virtual reality and the self-driving car for the first time.
[music] I would have liked to have been an engineer, but my father was and he discouraged me. He said they'd never hire a woman. 97 year old Olive Horrell grew up in a time long before computers. We had no electricity. [MUSIC] No radio. Olive had one wish, to visit Google. To me it's a epitomy of all the wonderful tech stuff that comes out. Olive's wish was granted by her assisted living community Brookdale and the organization Wish of a Lifetime. [MUSIC] From a driverless car, to virtual reality, Olive wasn't just searching Google, she was touring it. [LAUGH] This is fabulous. Oh my gosh. [LAUGH] Yeah. Yes I'm seeing something. [LAUGH] [INAUDIBLE] too loud. Oh my gosh. When, Can you possibly tell me what up there that's so vacant to me you call a cloud? The cloud is basically a computer that I don't have to hold in my hands, but I have access to. Just like that? Push a button and you have history right in front of you. Oh, my gosh. To the right you can look around. [LAUGH] You mean all the way around. [LAUGH] [MUSIC] I'm absolutely terrified. Yeah just don't mess up. [LAUGH] Yeah it's. You see when I was growing up if you ran outside the curves you Being scolded. No here you have to draw outside the lines- [LAUGH] It's a part of our job. [LAUGH] Oh isn't that amazing. I'm like a little kid. [LAUGH] Where are these coming from? [LAUGH] Even though Olive was wowed by all this new technology, she thinks people these days spend too much time living through their smart phones. I think they're missing a lot. I think they're missing a great deal. Look at life. [LAUGH] [BLANK_AUDIO]