These aren't another weird Google Glass => they have a retinal projection to put a display in your actual eyeball. Super light, not creepy, and definitely the future

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I'd be curious to hear what health professionals think about this type of constant retinal projection. We discuss "too much screen time" today... What happens when up the ante and consistently project low-powered lasers into ourselves throughout the day? I'd still wear a pair tho...
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@kleinkleinklein That's a really interesting point.. I still think a lot of people would want it no matter what
me: THIS IS THE FUTURE! also me: But I had lasik to stop wearing glasses!
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@syswarren @loaibassam I also had Lasik and I actually miss wearing glasses a lot. The biggest benefit: wearing sunglasses whenever the eff you want!
@loaibassam @joshuapinter I have sooooo many sunglasses. They are my thing now.
"Google Glass, and the Glassholes who came with it, gave head-worn displays a bad reputation. HoloLens is aiming for a full, high-end AR experience that literally puts a Windows PC on your head."
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Very interesting concept. I can't even imagine all the applications that would come out of it. But how to apply for early access?
@ahounoukhaled intel needs to figure out how to make a prelaunch signup page