Cool to hear that the lens partnership stuff is working out well. I certainly agree that navigating with glass is a fantastic experience and even less distracting than navigating with a phone.
So I got mygold lenses put into my frames. So far, I am loving them. It is a little weird, because of the curve of the glasses. But I am able to gaze up and see the glass screen really well. I also have peripheral vision when wearing glasses for the first time ever, which is strange, but awesome. I feel like I can see better particularly when driving. The placement of the glass screen means I never have to take my eyes off the road to see my navigation. All and all I am happy, and would rather navigate with glass than my phone 100% of the time. It also means the directions don't interrupt music or conversation with others. And so far I am able to listen to Google music through Bluetooth on my car stereo and hear directions on glass really well. Kudos to Google for fixing one of the earlier problems I had. Looking forward to using glass even more now that I have the amazing lenses from Rochester optical. I love that we have such a great local company to work with. They have the technology, the convenience, and the customer service. :)
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