No, but you’ll still look like an idiot: Google testing heads-up display glasses in public, won’t make you look like Robocop

stupid — commander flatus @ 2:55 pm April 5, 2012

Note how they’re worn by an attractive young lady and not a dweeb…

Google testing heads-up display glasses in public, won’t make you look like Robocop:

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The good news: Google has started testing those augmented reality glasses we heard about earlier in the year. The bad news: if the artsy shots of the test units are to be believed, they won’t make you look like some ’80s cinematic anti-hero. In fact, the things wouldn’t look too out of place in a New York Times style story. The software giant let it be known that, while it hasn’t quite got a sale date on the wearables, it’s ready to test ProjectGlass amongst the non-augmented public. The company is also looking for feedback on the project, writing in a post today, “we want to start a conversation and learn from your valuable input.” Want some idea of what ProjectGlass might offer the public? Sure, it’s not quite as good as strapping a pair on your own eyes, but interested parties can check out a video of Google’s vision after the break.

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