its called Project Glass, for starters. Personally, I think there should be a dividing line between technology and our world. Technology and our world being so integrated like that, people will lose what was so real and fresh about our world to begin with. Not to mention, the more technology we have that is like this, the more the government can not only watch what you do on your devices, but watch what occurs in YOUR LIFE. do you want that? do you want some government agent watching you making love with your girlfriend, or defacing a public toilet?Think about it. You want your privacy more right now, with the government poking its nose in. Do you want it to be looking through your eyes as well? That's a little freaky. Not to mention, if the 3DS hurts peoples eyes, wouldn't this do the same as well? I dunno, some thoughts. Even now the line between Internet and life is blurred, what with it becoming quickly documented and stored on a site called Facebook. I just think we should never lose what is really real.
I was under the impression it was a stand alone device. Still, if Google has the right to watch what we search, then what also doesn't give them access to our private lives? Cell phone companies know what we text to each other and what we say to each other. It's in their records..does it mean they look at it? No, not until someone important requests it. I understand basic security functions just fine.
I think of VR as a gimmick on par with X-box Kinect, and I dont buy into it at all.