On one hand it makes social interaction more convenient than a smartphone does. On the other, the features of the device are distracting, making social interaction awkward. In many ways, its argument cancels out. Therefore, Glass is worthy of some analysis.
When Google announced plans to manufacture a pair of glasses with their technology in it, the idea seemed like an invention in a sci-fi movie. When they came out with a video previewing what the glasses will eventually be able to do, the public was fascinated. Then when a Google engineer appeared on "Charlie Rose" wearing the glasses, explaining them and taking a picture of Rose as he spoke, the futuristic plan became a reality.
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