4 ways google project glass could change the world

Google Project Glass has gone a little quiet recently and we haven’t heard anything big since the (mildly) impressive skydiving demo that circulated in June. Nevertheless the tech world is still talking about ‘wearable tech’, it’s the buzzwords buzzword, and there have been some interesting new kids on the block since. The Nike +FuelBand that links to your iPhone was a big hit, as were a plethora of offerings from companies like FitBit, and even some funny wearable tech for your pooch floated to the surface.
But Project Glass promised to change our view of the world – literally. The big G promised a pair of glasses housing a *deep breath* processor, memory, visual display, camera, microphone, speaker, multiple radios for data communication, gyroscopes, an accelerometer, and a compass in a super light package.