When the Project Glass from Google was first unveiled to the rest of the world, most folks were abuzz at the kind of potential applications for Project Glass. It does look as though wearing a pair of Project Glass for hours on end might end up in a rather painful experience, but perhaps there is more than meets the eye that Sergey Brin has yet to share with the world? All of that have come to a head now as we learned from Google’s latest patent which shows how the Internet search giant is considering a malleable nose bridge which will harden and soften, courtesy of an electrically-controlled fluid with a viscosity that changes accordingly.
Tap the touchpad and you are able to tweak it according to your liking. Bear in mind that this is not concrete proof that such technology will be making its way to the Explorer Edition of Project Glass, but who are we to say that this is not the case in the future?
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