"“The device created a clinically meaningful visual field obstruction in the upper right quadrant,” the paper said.Google Glass May Have a Blind Spot, Study Says - NYTimes.com
The study did not say anything about Glass’s function, nor did it address whatever effects there might be from having emails and other data flash constantly in front of one’s eyes. In fact, the glasses were turned off for the experiments on which the paper is based. “We didn’t look at the software or any of that,” Dr. Ianchulev said."
Wednesday, November 05, 2014
Google Glass May Have a Blind Spot, Study Says - NYTimes.com
Looking like it may be another slow tech "news" day...