Google Glass may obstruct vision: study

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Google Glass may obstruct vision: study

Google Glass creates a small blind spot for users. The characteristic hardware of the Google Glass frame partially obstructs peripheral vision above the right eye, according to an ophthalmologist who owns the wearable tech himself. “I actually had Google Glass, myself, when it first came out, and I almost got into a car accident when I didn’t see a car coming from the right,” said Dr.People wearing Google Glass might experience significant blind spots on their right side, which could interfere with tasks such as driving, crossing streets and playing sports, US researchers said on Tuesday. Only three people were included in the analysis of the technology — which provides online access ...

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Congrats, Google Glass researchers, obviousness successfully stated

Rubric: LG | 5 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Congrats, Google Glass researchers, obviousness successfully stated

Google Glass creates a small blind spot for users. The characteristic hardware of the Google Glass frame partially obstructs peripheral vision above the right eye, according to an ophthalmologist who owns the wearable tech himself. “I actually had Google Glass, myself, when it first came out, and I almost got into a car accident when I didn’t see a car coming from the right,” said Dr.People wearing Google Glass might experience significant blind spots on their right side, which could interfere with tasks such as driving, crossing streets and playing sports, US researchers said on Tuesday. Only three people were included in the analysis of the technology — which provides online access ...

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Google Glass Obstructs Peripheral Vision, Eye Doctor Warns

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Google Glass Obstructs Peripheral Vision, Eye Doctor Warns

Google Glass creates a small blind spot for users. The characteristic hardware of the Google Glass frame partially obstructs peripheral vision above the right eye, according to an ophthalmologist who owns the wearable tech himself. “I actually had Google Glass, myself, when it first came out, and I almost got into a car accident when I didn’t see a car coming from the right,” said Dr. People wearing Google Glass might experience significant blind spots on their right side, which could interfere with tasks such as driving, crossing streets and playing sports, US researchers said on Tuesday. Only three people were included in the analysis of the technology — which provides online access ...

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University of California Researchers Say Google Glass May Cause Blind Spots

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University of California Researchers Say Google Glass May Cause Blind Spots

Google Glass creates a small blind spot for users. The characteristic hardware of the Google Glass frame partially obstructs peripheral vision above the right eye, according to an ophthalmologist who owns the wearable tech himself. “I actually had Google Glass, myself, when it first came out, and I almost got into a car accident when I didn’t see a car coming from the right,” said Dr. People wearing Google Glass might experience significant blind spots on their right side, which could interfere with tasks such as driving, crossing streets and playing sports, US researchers said on Tuesday. Only three people were included in the analysis of the technology — which provides online access ...

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Surprise: Google Glass May Obstruct Your Vision

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Surprise: Google Glass May Obstruct Your Vision

Google Glass may obstruct peripheral vision. The characteristic hardware of the Google Glass frame has been said to partially obstruct the peripheral vision above the right eye, according to an ophthalmologist. “I realised that it was blocking a part of my visual field,” Dr Tsontcho Ianchulev of the University of California told Reuters. People wearing Google Glass might experience significant blind spots on their right side, which could interfere with tasks such as driving, crossing streets and playing sports, US researchers said on Tuesday. The study, published in the Nov. 5 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, notes that this could negatively impact daily activities ...

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