Oakley and Ray-Ban frames coming to Google Glass

Scorpus

TechSpot Staff
Staff member
Google won't just be positioning Glass as a wearable for tech enthusiasts: the company has announced a partnership with the world's largest eyewear company, Luxottica, to produce exclusive frames for Glass. The deal struck will focus on the United States...

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wastedkill

TS Evangelist
Whoa these look as awesome as the dump I took earlier, integrate it properly dont superglue it onto your glasses.... its definately not work the extra cash when superglue costs just $1 save yourself $99-$199 by buying some superglue and supergluing some glasses onto your glass.
 

GhostRyder

TS Evangelist
You know, none of these styles besides the default sounds appealing right now as far as eye-wear is concerned at least.

Can't we just have it look like a scouter :p
 
G

Guest

I agree with wastedkill. These things look terrible. I think the only ones that looked okay was that one company who was working on glasses where everything was integrated right into them. Not sure I would buy it but it looked the best so far.
 
G

Guest

Instead of models to show off their glasses, why don't they use wizards.
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

TS Evangelist
Whoa... awesome looking glasses if you don't mind looking like a fool. I'll jump on the Google glasses bandwagon when they make the module small enough to fit on contact lenses, until then I'm out.