App developer says Google Glass makes him a better driver
0. phoneArena 04 Aug 2013, 03:39 posted on
The U.K.'s Department for Transport is expected to make driving while wearing Google Glass against the law; similar to the fine imposed on drivers using a cellphone while operating a car, those wearing the connected specs while behind the wheel could get socked with a fine as high as £90. Despite this, one Glass developer says that wearing the device has made him a better driver...
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1. _Bone_ (Posts: 2147; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
Always thought navigation is the most notable thing on glass.
17. mafiaprinc3 (Posts: 395; Member since: 07 May 2012)
totally off topic but i love the features of the moto x,but the pricing is way off,what the hell was google and motorola thinking.it aint worth it
21. Os_Money (Posts: 20; Member since: 01 Jul 2013)
why don't you go comment on one of the other 50 moto x posts.
2. RogueRequest (Posts: 4; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)
My brother claims that drinking makes him a better driver. He says that he's even more cautious because he doesn't want to get pulled over so he's less likely to kill someone.
10. Dr.Phil (Posts: 971; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
I don't see any harm in that, especially considering there is a difference between "drinking" and "getting drunk". I mean you can drive with a blood alcohol level up to a 0.08. If you're a man that is around 160 lbs, that means you can have 3 servings of alcohol and still be under the legal limit.
3. kabhijeet.16 (Posts: 715; Member since: 05 Dec 2012)
"Google Glass could also monitor how long you stare at its screen and turn off the device to force your attention back on the road if it determines you're staring at the Glass screen for too long." Ha haha...Awesome
5. twens (Posts: 831; Member since: 25 Feb 2012)
wat an awesome ride...who knows the name of that car? i want to check it out
7. nobelset (Posts: 270; Member since: 17 Oct 2012)
We'll have to see. Maybe in driving schools they should monitor our performance with and without Google glass. Then they can write it down on our licenses. Case by case :-D
8. f1r3z0r (Posts: 88; Member since: 09 Nov 2011)
let me buy the car first and then i root it hahaha
9. RaKithAPeiRiZ (Posts: 1428; Member since: 29 Dec 2011)
and suddenly - sorry Brakes.app is not responding .......
11. TheLolGuy (Posts: 483; Member since: 05 Mar 2013)
I get rooting things like phones, but how about not doing anything to a 4k lb metal boulder rolling around at 60mph.
How will these cases be handled if someone crashes into a huge crowd of people because he fiddled with his car's system and disabled something?
16. Shatter (Posts: 2036; Member since: 29 May 2013)
If the software crashed the car would still run fine... They aren't that stupid to make the breaks and gas rely on an app.
18. TheLolGuy (Posts: 483; Member since: 05 Mar 2013)
Of course. Engineers create layers and layers of failsafes that protect eachother when one thing goes down.
However, if you 'root' the system and start fiddling, the whole synergy can break down, and if just a few things start to malfunction, nothing will correct/readjust the system properly.
12. networkdood (Posts: 6329; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
In America, people do not need an excuse to be a terrible driver, as most already are.
19. Birds (Posts: 1101; Member since: 21 Nov 2011)
These cute little nerds be doing some impressive stuff... I wonder will Samsung let me design the Galaxy S V and Galaxy note IV? LMAO...
20. Edmund (Posts: 656; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)
LMFAO... Distraction after distraction after distraction. I really hope they ban these from being used while in control of a motor vehicle