I have heard this before and yet fighter pilots use augmented displays. we look away from the road to see instruments, radio, switches etc. away from equipment to see manuals, this is the future in some format. I hope I am still young enough to enjoy some of the benefits of this when the technology finally matures. And yes I feel comfortable talking to passengers, listening to the radio, drinking a beverage, and more while driving. it amounts to being aware. We all do it to some extent.
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pity, it seems that this gadget cannot appear on some countries market, e.g. in Ukraine – unauthorized audio/video shooting is prohibited by our laws.. even bying/selling of harmless China-made toys like pens with built-in microphones/video-recorders is prosecuted(
Optimize,Inc., a company based in CA had developed and commercialized this technology way back in year 2000-2001. Their glasses were used by surgeons to conduct endoscopic surgery. Sadly, the company went belly-up during the downturn.
Google is literally making my dreams come true. I've worn glasses all my life, and I've been dreaming of a smart heads-up display system built into my glasses since I was 7. The only feature that this concept demo was missing was facial recognition. I'm terrible at names, but I'd love to be able to look at someone and get a name and quick info dump on them. It would make parties, conferences, and life in general easier. I want this now. I've wanted this for years.
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