Would you wear Google Glass if they looked more like regular glasses?
Number6 47 weeks ago
I like the concept of Google Glass, but, will all due respect to anyone that has them now, I don’t want to look quite so much like I just stepped off the set of Star Trek. I would be much more interested in them if they looked “normal.” I can’t be the only one. If Google makes them look less techy, will that help drive adoption of Glass?
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