I got this installed yesterday tried a couple of things and it failed both times while Google got them right. It is quick but it really isn't very accurate at all.
Google Glass was doomed the second the term Glasshole was coined. They need a complete rebranding for these to be successful. I also think they should have promoted them as utilitarian objects instead of fashion items.
This wouldn't deter the psycho's who go on shooting spree's though would it?
Because at the end of the day you still have to break the will of your opponent and have them do something they wouldn't ordinarily do. Chances are 'you lost at rock em sock em so you now need to handover your port' wouldn't be overly persuasive.
Between globalization and robots it appears the golden age of leisure* is closer than ever.
* Where golden age of leisure = mass unemployment and food riots
This doesn't surprise me in a country where their cars continually ding a bell when you hit 100 k/mh (62mph) hope they don't bother offering the option here.
While the body count isn't anywhere near as high both World Wars were convincingly won much quicker than the two we are currently embroiled in.
Why would you care if there are breaks or not when you can just hit pause whenever you feel like it?
Tivo collects data on when you pause/skip and aggregates it for use by advertisers, and has done this for years now.
These guys are supposedly just about ready to bring it to market http://probiora3.com/
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Lastly, a direct link to the video.
According to the article: Robin Ali at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London and colleagues are treating adults and children with Leber's congenital amaurosis (LCA), caused by an abnormality in the RPE65 gene. This gene is important in recycling retinol, a molecule that helps the retina detect light. People with LCA usually lose vision from infancy. Ali's team are inserting healthy copies of RPE65 into cells in the retina, using a viral vector. Previously, dogs with LCA have had their vision restored in this way, allowing them to walk through a maze for the first time without difficulty.