That's awesome! I would try to get over my eye phobia and get contacts if I had to just to rock these
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God damn I want these glasses. I work, and play with my hands, drive 20,000 miles per year, in uncharted territory, and could actually use a heads up display more then the average person. I do realize that I will look like the worlds bigest dork wearing these before they catch on, but that will not stop me from snapping these up once they are available. I hope that they will be compatible with glasses, and will be a bit more streamlined, but I'm very pumped for this product.
Does anyone know if ios integration is planned? If not this might be the final straw that gets me to try Android.
Last edited by HI SPEED; 04-05-2012 at 11:38 AM.
As someone who's wore augmented video glasses before. I think it's a gimmick. Google is known for pet projects like this and the self-driving car. I think none of them will succeed because they are not fully committed to these industries and will make terrible products.
Once you wear these things for a long time just like watching 3D video you will get sick and tired vision.
It's best they wait for 3D projection to replace the need for gimmicky glasses.
I swear the makers of Wall-E were ahead of their time. I can see it now - a race of fat people on hover chairs interacting with each other two feet away through electronic gizmos.
Is it neat? I guess - I'm just really getting tired of all the jacka$$es driving while talking/texting, phone zombies wandering around without paying attention to where they are going, and people hanging out together at coffee shops who never say a word to each other because they are on their gizmos. We have collectively gotten hooked on this garbage way too quick and it's only going to get worse.
i'm pumped for the windows version
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