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This article was published on April 5, 2012


This hilarious video illustrates the “reality” of Google’s virtual reality glasses

This hilarious video illustrates the “reality” of Google’s virtual reality glasses
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If you had your head under a rock today, you might not have heard about Google’s new sci-fi product called “Project Glass”.

Basically, it’s a pair of glasses that you throw on and all of this information is thrown at you from every angle. Pretty awesome, isn’t it? I so want a pair of these.

However, there might be some pitfalls to the glasses, as illustrated in this funny video by Tom Scott:

The real video demo from Google for Project Glass was still a bit disorienting, if not smoother in execution:

Will you be lining up to buy a pair of these? Let us know in the comments!