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- a worthy taskJan 16, 2015
- MY girlfriend hates when I take her picture, and she's not alone. Many people don't like it. And with Glass, there's a camera on a stranger, taking your picture without even asking. And it's not always you in the background, it's while you are talking to the clerk while buying gum and so on. There isn't much Glass can do about this, aside from making the camera less obvious, and then you have more of a hidden camera spying situation. Glass needs the camera, not so much for traditional picture taking, but to recognize things. Sure, it might say that's Jane, but it will also say that's Elm Street over there, or to show you a sign translated into your language. It's almost an intractable problem, you have to have the camera, it basically has to be always live, and people aren't going to like it. What to do?Jan 16, 2015
- "There is the possibility that Fadell could scrap the wearable idea completely ". Yup.Jan 16, 2015
- the camera is not always on, and that is what people don't understand. If I'm recording or take a picture, the screen lights up. I have had my glass almost a year and actually don't take many pictures unless it is not easy for me to take my phone out.
The best thing Google can do is get the product out there so people can understand it and not fear it. People walking around with phones in there hand texting, can just as easily take your picture without you knowing.Jan 16, 2015
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