There have been plenty of parodies exploring the creepier possibilities of Google Glass, so it should come as no surprise that it's already been banned in a Seattle bar, even though it's not even out yet.
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Though you may look like a complete dork wearing Google Glass, it's the capital-F future realised in the most overtly futuristic way possible. That means people are going to be interested in this thing. That means once guys realise what they can do with it, they'll probably just use it in any way possible to get laid. Or watch sports while trying to get laid. Or play video games while trying to get laid. Or talk to their mates while trying to get laid. Wait. Was Cory Bernardi onto something?
Vuzix, which specialises in technofancy optics, is so eager to ride the coattails of Google Glasses that they're releasing their own version: the Vuzix Smart Glasses M100. The M100 smart glasses run Android Ice Cream Sandwich and has a 720p camera along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and head-tracking sensors. Which means, it's kinda like Google Glasses except that every time anyone asks you if you're wearing Google Glasses you'll have to tell them no and they'll think you're an idiot for wearing knockoff Google Glasses.
When it comes to interacting with computers in unorthodox ways, Google Glass is the first thing that comes to mind. But it's not the only concept; there's also the computer integrated into our clothing, fitness and health concepts that can provide bio-feedback, and others that can control your MP3s. But what about a fully programmable shirt?