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Camikazi

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So, people actually didn't know this? Has no one ever looked up before, it does hurt so logic follows that a device where you have to look up would cause pain after a while.
 

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"Google Glass Can Cause Eye Pain"
Yep, especially when someone not happy about you putting a camera in their face throws a right hook at you!
 

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If looking down is easier, then why does Google Glass not put the display there? We've had bifocals for a while now, with the reading glass part below and the distance (or plain, if not short-sighted) part above and these work pretty well.
 

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"When someone is standing on their leg for a long period of time, the person begins to feel tension. That's not how the leg is normally used."

I've apparently been standing wrong my entire life.
 

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I've used google glass quite a bit. Even developed for it. I never experienced the eye pain suggested by this article except when first trying it. However after developing and testing on it all day the problem I experienced was when I tried to go to sleep. When I shut my eyes I could still see a white rectangle of light burned into my eye by the google glass screen. It subdued after a day but was quite annoying. I can't imagine that having a bright screen that close to your eye is good for you.
 

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The newer models get warm on the glass side of the face/head. Recommendation from Google.....take them off and let them cool down. I couldn't stop laughing.
 
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