So Google's new Project Glass is really awesome - looks fun, highly interactive and intuitive. It brings all the best of mobile interactivity in the world out of your pocket and into the real world.
Only one problem. Human eyes.
Try putting a pencil in front of your eye (1 cm away, about where your glasses would sit) and focus on it (particularly easy to demo if your pencil has text written on the side - focus on that). Now pull the pencil away and focus on anything in your room. Now put it back and refocus on the pencil.
I don't know about you, but my average eyeballs struggle to do this rapidly. Maybe the engineers over at Google have super-human focusing abilities, but I don't see the average consumer pulling this trick off.
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