Google reportedly talking to Warby Parker to make Glass more fashionable
0. phoneArena 20 Feb 2013, 23:22 posted on
Sooner or later, Google Glass is going to leave the sphere of developers and enthusiasts and enter the sphere of more casual consumers. When that day comes, it seems reasonable that Google might want to either make Glass a bit more fashionable (though we have grown to like the design), or at least offer different designs from which to choose. With that in mind, there are new reports that Google is in talks with eyewear startup Warby Parker to make Google Glass more fashionable...
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1. Gilgamesh (Posts: 11; Member since: 16 Aug 2009)
I just had a mini heart attack because i was so excited reading this. My two favorite things: Google and Warby Parker
6. dragonscourgex (Posts: 307; Member since: 16 Jan 2012)
If you want to buy them now. When they come out to the public, they should cost less.
3. soshi (Posts: 154; Member since: 08 Mar 2012)
Good news, I hope I can wear it without being look like robot
9. lauremar (Posts: 180; Member since: 29 Feb 2012)
That fine lady in that picture, or any of the models in Google Glass ads, by no means looks like a robot...what have you been smoking? Glass is merely another wearable gadget just like a watch or a pair of headphones or what not. Wearing it does not make you look like a robot...
4. kdealltheway (Posts: 78; Member since: 21 Oct 2012)
I wouldn't feel comfortable if someone would talk to me and had that camera pointed at me all the time, they should conceal it more better. I'd knew that is still there but it is more about the obvious...
7. MichaelHeller (Posts: 2614; Member since: 26 May 2011)
There would be far too many people complaining about privacy infringement if the device were too concealed. It has to be blatant that the person is wearing it.
8. kdealltheway (Posts: 78; Member since: 21 Oct 2012)
I know, but I'm talking about the reflex, the way you behave when the camera is pointed at you, the pure physical aspect of a lens of the camera. What I am trying to say is that people act differently when they've been told that they are being recorded and don't see the camera, and when they see it staring at their face. I can tell you for sure that people wouldn't feel comfortable in a room with a guy wearing that all the time. Maybe future generations and their concept of privacy would, but now...
5. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 5639; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
Google glass making fashion statement