Cambridge-based entrepreneur-scientist Ned Sahin and his team have been developing programs for Google Glass that build skills of kids with autism.
If you thought we were already living in a constantly-photographed world, with every man, woman, child and family pet playing smart-phone reporter, it’s about to get even more so.
What makes Winky truly scary is the possibility it could permanently ruin one of the most expressive gestures in the human pantheon – the wink.
I think Google ought to recut their video to show Mr. Fancy Glasses bumping into other pedestrians, causing accidents while jaywalking, and finally, being struck by a cab and rushed to the hospital.
Google has released video shot from the point of view of someone wearing “Google Glasses.”