Fahrenheit 451 February 20, 2013 05:45 PM Do I want Google Glass? ABSOLUTELY! GeoMoon5 February 20, 2013 07:31 PM Does the action packed lifestyle come with the glasses? Ozuzi February 20, 2013 08:52 PM Most people who would buy this already wear glasses, I wonder how you fit them both on your head Strategic Futurist February 20, 2013 10:15 PM Wearable Electronics was a concept first proposed in the Australian produced National Geographic Channel's series 'Future Matters' in 2004 where it was suggested that a) Mobile phone were dead and will be replaced by mobile computing and b) Mobile computing and communications technology will become wearable, with most of it embedded in clothing we wear everydayWhilst we're not at that level yet, it looks like we are well on the way Gadgeteer February 21, 2013 03:56 AM Instead of something that looks like glasses without lenses, complete with nose pads, why not something like "street style" behind-the-ear headphones, with an extended, adjustable arm on one side to hold the display? That way, users would be able to wear prescription glasses or sunglasses of their choice. Daishi February 21, 2013 07:04 AM @Gadgeteer lasik and contacts. Not many people actually wear glasses to see any more.Besides, if you can buy prescription Oakley's you could probably do the same with these. The benefit would be that if you have insurance they will cover some of the costs of picking up a pair.I don't do this but the people I know who can afford Oakley's can do so for that reason. Oztechi February 21, 2013 09:02 AM The first issue will probably be cost;The second will be looks;The third battery life;The fourth will be the way you interact with the interface, it may not always be socially appropriate to be giving commands to something other people can't see, they might think you need psychiatric help. A small wireless hand controller may help in the short term and an interface controlled by your eye movement could come later on. Robert Kelly February 21, 2013 10:14 AM i am all for toys but this thing will mess with social interactions big time. But i can see it being cool when I am paragliding and i want to get info or take a video.... but I should probbably pat attention to what i am doing and enjoy my life when i am living it. Ozuzi February 21, 2013 07:01 PM OztechiSounds like you're talking about her system in the Final Fantasy movie, we just need the holographic controls Gadgeteer February 21, 2013 08:49 PM Diachi,Quite a few people still wear glasses. Many can't tolerate contacts. Lots of people don't want to risk the often irreversible complications of laser surgery. Neither correction can compensate for presbyopia, which afflicts the vast majority of people over 45 or so.