Project Glass and the epic history of wearable computers | Business Futures | Scoop.it

Paul Miller gives a great account of the history of wearable computers, and of his earlier excitement about the prospect of it becoming a reality.  So what does he think of Project Glass?

"I think Google thinks of "augmentation" as the internet, not as something that can be performed by a lone computer, which only has your wearable's self-gleaned perception of its surroundings to go on. They're marking a line in the sand, proclaiming that the internet is our only hope for technological betterment. Instead of Project Glass mediating and augmenting your connection with reality, it mediates and augments your connection to Google services."

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