Google to host two hackathons for Project Glass in the coming weeks

Shawn Knight

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Google unveiled their augmented reality visor known as Project Glass last spring. A few months later during Google's developer conference, attendees were given the option to purchase a pre-production model of the headset for a staggering $1,500 which the search...

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MilwaukeeMike

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Is this a hacking contest or an effort by Google to try to get a bunch of smart people to figure out a use for their new device? I know Geordi LaForge got lots of chicks, but ever since bluetooth headsets became a popular accessory for Wal-Mart customers I'm reluctant to wear technology on my face.

Good luck though, Google.
 
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ikesmasher

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I dont understand why they dont try to make these look like sunglasses or something, NO ONE will want to walk around with that on their head.
 
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