Posted 12/18/2013 at 12:35 PM
Posted 4 years ago
A recent update for Google Glass wearers allows those donning the apparatus to take a photograph simply by winking at what is in their mind’s eye a good idea to take a picture of in their proximity. It can’t be a blink. It has to be an exaggerated wink.
I can just picture it: Sara:”Honey, why is my married husband flirting with a woman with his eyes?”John: “Gee, Sara, can’t you see I’m taking a picture with my pair of Google Glass on? I’m taking a photograph of that interesting statue right over there on that table.”
Interesting scenario I’ve created, huh?
Then there is the future of Google Glass: The user will wink, and that wink will be as good as a nod (a yes) — as the nifty eyeware is used to pay for groceries.
Or maybe a nervous tick when you get something caught in your eye that makes you blink your eyes like mad will set off a spastic series of numerous blurry pictures. Google Glass shutterbugs could find their smart wear to be an asset or a constriction.
Now when is Google coming up with a crystal ball?