Google Glass

A free and simple way to try before you (potentially) buy

If you've been dying to get your hands face on Google Glass to see what all the fuss is about – without spending $1500 – and you're around Atlanta next weekend, Google's got you covered. On February 8 and 9 the Google Glass tour swings by The Foundry and Puritan Mill in Atlanta to give eager folks a close up look at Glass. 

If you're interested, you'll need to RSVP for the event – head on over to the source link below – and choose from a list of designated time slots. If you're curious to see what happens at these events, check out the video after the break taken at the Durham, NC Glass Tour stop. So who's heading out in Atlanta next weekend? 

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Go eyes-on with Google Glass in Atlanta on Feb. 8 and 9

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I would love to get my hands on a set, but so far no luck. I am not shelling out $1500, I will wait for the $12.99 Nexus version.

See if the nexus died there would be no GoogleNexusGlass

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Damn, left Atlanta a few months ago. Only good thing about Atlanta area events like this. Only an 8 hour drive away. Maybe I'll go.

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registered. I wear prescription lenses which I understand is doable... but how would that work for a demo when they don't have my prescription?

May I suggest getting contacts. Wore glasses almost my entire life. When I went to contacts, I didn't look back.

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I was at the Durham event. It was great to try it out. I wonder what they have done to it since I used the Glass. I'm kind of sad that I didn't make the video. Oh well lol

Haha. The weather channel says 60% chance of snow on the 7th. I hope it's nothing like what happened this week.

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Sounds like they're on the right path then. So is any new technology. :-)

Surgeries performed by robots, computers in your pocket with silent cameras able to take upskirt photos, hell even contact lenses (talk about a new and scary technology. "You want to put something into my eye?").