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Originally Posted by Maiky View Post

yea but that is kiddy-spy garbage.. im talking about high end shades that will look just like a normal pair but with a hidden cam + digital recording @ 720p or higher.
http://pivothead.com/

1080p good enough?

http://pivothead.com/products/eyewear/durango/smoke
look the least obvious to me.
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This is in the same category as downloading TV shows or movies.

I have Dish. Because I forgot to DVR something, morally I think I can download it, because I have access to the content via a paid service, no one is losing money. Legally, it's still grey. Somehow, it still grey.

Recording people can't be illegal. Youtube, and all of the TV shows that make millions using candid recordings of people would have been shut down if it wasnt.

And private property is not above the law, for example, my concealed weapon permit exempts me from any privately posted no weapons sign. However, while I can open carry legally, I must conceal to legally carry where a no weapons sign is posted. Obviously there are a few places outlined in state code (bars, schools, state buildings) where I cannot carry regardless.

I doubt any laws will be made regarding google glass, our lawmakers are too lazy.
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post #93 of 227
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Originally Posted by Traphix View Post

http://pivothead.com/

1080p good enough?

http://pivothead.com/products/eyewear/durango/smoke
look the least obvious to me.

Something like those but with the camera concealed more, the middle of those shades kinda let everyone know you have a cam.
post #94 of 227
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Originally Posted by Traphix View Post

http://pivothead.com/

1080p good enough?

http://pivothead.com/products/eyewear/durango/smoke
look the least obvious to me.


not the same. As mentioned (many times over) someone has to go out of their way to purchase these and they are bulky and have an obvious camera in the center, the sort of thing a mountain trail biker would buy. No, were talking TV advertised multi million dollar ad campaigns of these things shoved in your face with millions of people wearing them, high quality recording like the pivothead but with instant social media upload to anyone who happens to takes snaps of you having a independent non "socially" monitored life outside of the internet.

the technology isnt new, its just a smart phone condensed into some plastic frames and a small transparent screen across the eye, dorky or not unless you want to record people all the time the augmentation aspect is actually almost completely pointless
Edited by Pip Boy - 5/19/13 at 1:06am
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Originally Posted by votum View Post

This is in the same category as downloading TV shows or movies.

I have Dish. Because I forgot to DVR something, morally I think I can download it, because I have access to the content via a paid service, no one is losing money. Legally, it's still grey. Somehow, it still grey.

Recording people can't be illegal. Youtube, and all of the TV shows that make millions using candid recordings of people would have been shut down if it wasnt.

And private property is not above the law, for example, my concealed weapon permit exempts me from any privately posted no weapons sign. However, while I can open carry legally, I must conceal to legally carry where a no weapons sign is posted. Obviously there are a few places outlined in state code (bars, schools, state buildings) where I cannot carry regardless.

I doubt any laws will be made regarding google glass, our lawmakers are too lazy.

Recording people is not a right. As such, businesses have the right to restrict recording on their premises.
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Recording people is not a right. As such, businesses have the right to restrict recording on their premises.

exactly, and the more people / businesses become aware of their rights the sooner the issue of wearing a daft headset becomes less of an issue as the only time you can use one effectively is in your home (your own choice) or walking down the street but not used in shops (unless they allow this, and then its upto the consumer to choose whether to shop their or not anymore) but just simply accepting this without asking some serious social and security questions is not good at all for anyone, remember were talking large scale direct 24 hour recording and upload of anyone and anything no matter what awkward position your in or where you are typing that password or reading that document

another thing to mention is, the camera will see more than your eyes do. Example: What if your local mail man starts to wear these and records through the windows into your house by accident, wont there be criminals who can case out what you have in your living room from just a few frames, then use google maps to work out routes in detail, perhaps one frame is the post man looking at an area where your spare key might be hidden by mistake? not saying its wise to have one like that but many people do.

again, think about the scale of recording, the instant upload, the non read EULA's, the breaches of privacy through ignorance
Edited by Pip Boy - 5/19/13 at 1:15am
post #97 of 227
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Originally Posted by Maiky View Post

Something like those but with the camera concealed more, the middle of those shades kinda let everyone know you have a cam.

http://youtu.be/EkcEnVvChJM?t=5m35s

looks just like large sunglasses to me.. you'd need to be pretty close..

And learn to say thank you.
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the technology isnt new, its just a smart phone condensed into some plastic frames and a small transparent screen across the eye, dorky or not unless you want to record people all the time the augmentation aspect is actually almost completely pointless
What do you expect 1080p glasses to be? Filled with magical skittles and an invisible lens?
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not the same. As mentioned (many times over) someone has to go out of their way to purchase these and they are bulky and have an obvious camera in the center, the sort of thing a mountain trail biker would buy. No, were talking TV advertised multi million dollar ad campaigns of these things shoved in your face with millions of people wearing them, high quality recording like the pivothead but with instant social media upload to anyone who happens to takes snaps of you having a independent non "socially" monitored life outside of the internet.
I responded to that specific comment, not your incessant rambling.
Edited by Traphix - 5/19/13 at 1:54am
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post #98 of 227
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Originally Posted by Traphix View Post

your incessant rambling.

how rude, dont be butt hurt just because you posted something that doesn't bear any comparison on google glasses rolleyes.gif
Edited by Pip Boy - 5/19/13 at 1:49am
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I love how everyone is freaking out about a device that isn't even a commercial product. They all act as if every teenager, soccer mom, and grandparent are walking around wearing one.
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They just need to make glass connect to a worldwide network, and limit its capabilities when it's inside a building / in a place that wants its capabilities limited.
sorta how the Nissan GTR has a limiter on public roads in the UK, but as soon as you hit private land, Shabam! Limiters gone.
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