Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin Sports the New Google Glasses at Dinner in the Dark, a Benefit for the Foundation Fighting Blindness -- San Francisco, CA

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    1. C4rloB 25 months ago | reply

      Just what we need, a device to further encourage people to zone-out with zombie-like numbness right in the middle of public spaces! That's so cool! That's so awesome! Because since the dawn of time humanity has always benefitted from blinking lights in our eyes and people ignoring each other while walking right next to each other. Thank you Google for lighting the way.

      In all seriousness, it's one thing to add access to information/data to our daily lives. It's an entirely different thing to bring that data "between" people in a way that stunts our access to each other and all the non-digital stimuli in the world – the original sources of that data in the first place.

    2. godjr101 25 months ago | reply

      Um and staring at your phone is better? No its not. So this way you are more efficient and remove yourself from the always playing with your phone routine when others are around. This makes things better and certainly helps to address your concerns that you seem to already have. Nice forward thinking is what this is.

    3. TomatoHunter 25 months ago | reply

      Yeah how would that go along with my glasses.

    4. 52joan~trying to catch up! 25 months ago | reply

      congrats! you made CNET!

    5. etorsten 25 months ago | reply

      My little son just said that he wants to have the glasses "right now"... :-)

    6. oleben97 25 months ago | reply

      its amazing!! when its available its sure ill buy it. i hope there will be also the possibility to connet itwith your own glasses:)

    7. 菩提成 25 months ago | reply

      希望成品更美观。还有售价多少?

    8. Antoniociro 25 months ago | reply

      great capture!!!

    9. guanyun 25 months ago | reply

      Interesting...

    10. Sriranjan Rasakatla 25 months ago | reply

      Is that a functional prototype..? (dont think so)

    11. c.r.photoholic 24 months ago | reply

      wow.. i will stick to the mark ii, i miss the natural structure of the mark ii in the iii

    12. Aakash155 [deleted] 20 months ago | reply

      Thank You.....

      Your blog is really amazing & very informative . The Food Delivery Online will keep updated with the same.

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