When watching movies in 3D at the cinemas, one of the most important accessories to have would be a suitable pair of 3D glasses, that goes without saying. Having said that, those of us wearing more fanciful prescription glasses would find it difficult to place the 3D glass over the myriad of larger than life frames, leaving us with no recourse but to settle for a pair of contact lenses instead. Having said that, the recently announced Google Project Glass also had a fair number of people ask, what about those of us who wear prescription glasses? Google answered that via a team member of Project Glass, claiming it will work even when you wear a pair of prescription glasses.
According to industrial designer Isabelle Olsson, the team wants Google Project Glass to work just about for anyone and everyone, and a mockup of the example was posted recently as you can see above.
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