One day people will be wearing eye gadgets like interactive glasses which able someone to augment the reality around the surroundings. If you watch the video above, a man talking not to himself but to the gadget glass about the hustle of the day. The LA Times reported that the glasses may include a built-in camera to record what the wearer is looking at and then use that feed to find relevant information about what is being observed, which is displayed on the glasses' lens. It's like wearing a military gadgets like night vision goggles or whatever.
Currently the Google Project Glass is in crowd-sourcing phase and still gathering some information about how to better the product. The Google project glass video was posted in YouTube which now attracting cool to outlandish comments from social networking sites like Twitter and Google+.
One Youtube comment says she has already a plan on where to wear it, guess what? in the kitchen.
"I'd use it to look up recipes and have them in front of me while I was cooking in the kitchen. As for the design, why not go with full glasses and the darkness of the glasses could adjust in bright light to increase clarity of the stuff being projected and I wouldn't have to choose between sunglasses and project glass. Either way, I'd like to get a pair as soon as they're available."
The commenter even throw out suggestion to the project too, which sounds she got a point. Some calls "Fag", Sci-Fi, "HUD" but others are just excited about it. Others don't think lawmakers will impose "No glasses while driving" just like 'No cellphone while driving' law in California.
This gadget glasses can be real helpful in the fast faced environment we live, but it depends on where you wear it. Other's think it's too risky to get stolen by grabbing it from behind while wearing it on busy streets with lots of thieves. It's kind risky too giving a $200-$600 piece of eye wear. What do you think?