If you have eyeballs, Google might someday change the way you use them. The search engine giant recently unveiled "Project Glass," an endeavor to develop internet-integrated, augmented-reality glasses. Google’s concept video suggests that features may include voice-command integration, real-time directions, and video chat. For now, these features (and this product) are just tantalizing possibilities, but so were touchscreen phones once upon a time.
I really hope that this technology develops into something useful and fun. What do you think, scientists? How would you use augmented-reality glasses to improve your quality of life?
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