I can see some very narrow vertical markets for these, but I don't think they will ever be accepted in public places. At least not for a couple of generations and by that time it won't be glasses, it will be an ocular implant.
"There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home" ~ Ken Olson, Co-founder of DEC, 1977
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Well, you seem to use yours a good deal :-) What do you think so far?
I'm still trying to figure that out. LOL. I like them. I have fun with them. I'm not quite seeing the "mass appeal" yet. But they roll out updates every month so they keep adding bells and whistles to the software and the eco system. I think it will just take time. I expect a lot of "glass will fail" blogs and articles. You don't understand them until you use them. There is no other way.
It seems your experience was quite different from that of the author who wrote that article. He got tired of being ridiculed. Interesting contrast. He says that even his co-workers at Wired were uncomfortable around him while wearing them.
That author was from Silicon Valley. If I may ask, what part of the world do you hail from? There may be cultural differences at work here.
I've also read of several bars and restaurants that have banned them already. And I don't mind saying that if you started a conversation with me while you were wearing them, I'd ask you to take them off. If you didn't, I'd walk away. They make me very uncomfortable.