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Google X reveals "Project Glass", an augmented reality visor

By Rick
Apr 4, 2012
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  1. Would be creepy if someone hacked those glasses and the hacker can see what you can see & track where you are.
     
  2. DAOWAce

    DAOWAce TS Rookie Posts: 83

    Showing a location in a store.

    Yeah, not gonna happen.

    Still, Razer needs to make their SnakeEyes not an April fools joke if Google is set on releasing something like this.
     
  3. princeton

    princeton TS Addict Posts: 1,716

    No JC Denton "my vision is augmented" comments? I'm very disappointed.
     
  4. My glasses are augmented.
    And smudged :(
     
  5. And I thought bluetooth headsets looked ridiculous. Now people will look even more retarded walking around looking into thin air and talking and laughting to themselves. Now normal people can blend in with the mentally ill crowd that have been doing this for years now.
     
  6. So basically this vid shows life as a pointless wandering about meeting dudes and showing off to babes. Target age group: teenagers. Most adult people spend 90% of their time working, studying, raising kids, solving various domestic problems. If all this toy can do is help me to use Google whenever I have spare time, than thanks, I can enjoy friends and girls without sharing it constantly on google circles.
     
  7. I am not really sure how i feel about augmenting reality. One thing is for sure though, google is getting closer and closer to being able to deliver advertising straight to your brain. scary
     
  8. M1kaTck

    M1kaTck TS Rookie

    Wow, lookin' foward to it!
     
  9. This looks seek to me...
     
  10. I can't wait to record and upload to Facebook all of my adventures rolling around in my Segway! Other than that I just sit home and "like" pretty much everyone's posts on Facebook. Do you think I could "liking and sharing" can be done with the glasses too? Oh boy!
     
  11. Yes I agree, I wonder the cost of an ads free version.
     
     


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