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Q: What are your first impressions of Google Glass?

  • 48%
    It's ace - I think it will be the next big thing and I want a pair immediately

  • 7%
    It's good, but it's not quite right - I like the idea of it, but I don't think Google Glass is for me

  • 15%
    It's lame - There is no chance I will be seen wearing Google Glasses and using my voice to control a piece of technology

  • 5%
    I am interested, but worried about the security implications

  • 7%
    Don't know - I need to find out more about it before I make up my mind

  • 18%
    I have literally no idea what Google Glass is


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We want to know what you all think about Google Glass. See Google Glass specs revealed along with Android app.

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Poll: What are your first impressions of Google Glass?

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wee eddie

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At the present state of development of such Glasses, an eureka moment is needed, to sort the headache/disorientation problem.

It will probably turn out to be remarkably simple but all attempts at such products, so far, have suffered from this problem and it's likely to stunt their future development.

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Flak999

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Quickbeam

Who was the blind character in Startrek that had smart glasses some years ago?

Geordi La Forge!

I'm not a Trekkie, honestly! :-)

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Quickbeam

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Who was the blind character in Startrek that had smart glasses some years ago? I don't think his were running Android though, although there was Mr data, an android that didn't need smart glasses, he was far too smart by far...

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Aitchbee

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... avoiding pot-holes ....

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Quickbeam

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Will drivers also drive with them on as well as phoning and eating and smoking and...

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onthelimit1

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'The firm also recommends caution if you're planning to use a jackhammer and advises against scuba diving with the gadget.'

Oh, well that narrows it down a bit!

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carver

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wiz-king they could join this list of people enter link description here

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wiz-king

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More people walking of the kerb into the road without looking at the traffic - I foresee a rise in the pedestrian death rate.

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lotvic

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It's getting more and more difficult to distinguish between sane people and others in the street who on first glance appear to be 'talking to themselves' now they'll be focussing on the 'far distant' as well. Council is going to be busy fitting bumper pads to lamp posts.

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Chronos the 2nd

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I am rather looking forward to these. Oculus Rift. Which I feel will be much more fun.

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Aitchbee

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...Google Dentures are the next [obvious] advancement on the 'techno' horizon timeline, I reckon?

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Aitchbee

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I see that they'll come in at around £975. [Also]spectacle wearers will have to have laser treatment done to their 'pork pies' 'cos their 'Gregory Pecks' will get in the way!

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Nontek

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First impressions - well out of my affordability range!

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Quickbeam

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Does it contain any beer?

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