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April 29, 2013

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tonyw

IMHO this is going to be a revelation and has been inevitable, just waiting for technology to become small enough. Think of how the first mobile phones where with very short battery life & hardly any other functions or apps to the latest smart phones with thousands of apps.
I would expect future versions to come in many different styles with branding, Ray Ban, Oakley, caps, safety helmets ...
The use of a prism and camera allows for many apps e.g. a virtual keyboard.
The potential is amazing, what will v3.0 be like?

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