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This is not a cyborg targeting system, it is the new google Project Glass [Video]
posted April 9 2012 5:18.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It began as a rumor, that google works on a secret project regarding some sort of augmented reality glasses... Well, it is now official! They are prototyping what is called Project Glass, and i bet it will be the gadget to kill'em all. AR technology is not something new, but googles takes it beyond. The system has voice activated commands - many of them - and can make video calls. It is said that it will cost about $250 to $600 and it will be on the market at the end of this year...

This totally reminds me of the cyborgs from the Empire Earth...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: google]
Tags: cool gadget   google   extreme   geek   revealed   commercial   innovations   futuristic   

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