In April, Google announced to the world Project Glass, augmented reality goggles that use Google maps, GPS technology, gyroscopes, powerful mini-processors and voice recognition software to keep the wearer connected to the internet completely hands-free.
Now this science fiction-like technology is available to buy. Sort of.
In years past, parents would often quiet a crying child by giving him a toy or popping a pacifier in his mouth. But these days, it’s more likely that fussy kid will wind up with mom’s cell phone instead.
According to an article from The Guardian, Trevor Prideaux had become tired of trying to use his smartphone one handed. He decided to reach out to Exeter Mobility Centre and Nokia to help make his design possible.
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