Google Glasses, Yakov Smirnoff, and Lee Camp’s Moment of Clarity
Google Glasses freak the hell of me. This new high-tech eyewear apparatus leads us one step closer to having a computer chip implanted in our brain. (What will become of mankind when the Google Glasses turn against us?)
Codenamed Project Glass, the forthcoming augmented reality glasses will be voice controlled, and should let a wearer retrieve information from the Web and layer it on top of their view of the physical world around them. Look out, Sarah Connor–the Terminator is coming to get you!
I know, I know, I know – the scenario sounds like a component of a brand new Yakov Smirnoff routine:
“In America, you control Google Glasses. But in Russia, Google Glasses controls you! What a country!”
Our friend, comedian Lee Camp, also has a problem with the Google Glasses:
“Since we’re about to live in a Minority Report world, we need to ask ourselves, ‘What are the repercussions?’ They could be many and massive.”
Check out what else Lee has to say about Google Glasses in his Moment of Clarity: