Google’s Project Glass tests heads-up display glasses in public

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Google has done it again! Today they released a video demonstrating their overall goal for their Google[x] experiment, Project Glass. These glasses feature a heads-up display that interacts with your surroundings and adapts to you, the user.

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The most exciting thing about these glasses isn’t just the fact that you’ll have a futuristic addition to your life but the fact that the glasses look pretty cool! Sure, if you were the only kid on the block you might get picked on, but as soon as everyone adapts to them it will become the norm. I’m so ready for the future! See the video concept below.

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