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Glass and Sex
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Google Glass app allows you to see what your partner sees during sex


FOR MANY PEOPLE, having sex requires an element of suspending disbelief.  You have to turn off that discerning voice in your head, and go for it, knowing that to your partner you look great, and all the insecurities you have are irrelevant.

This process would be significantly more difficult if you could see yourself during the act (or acts), but that is exactly what a new app for Google Glass is offering.

Glass and Sex was created at the Wearable Tech Hackathon in London, and is voice controlled. To begin the streaming process, the wearer says ‘Ok glass, it’s time.’  To end the streaming process, the wearer says ‘Ok glass, pull out.’


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Not only does the app stream the perspective of your partner to your Google Glass during sex, but it also records and keeps a video for up to five hours before being automatically deleted.  So that you can relive the glory, you understand.

That’s not all, Glass and Sex can also control the lights and play appropriate music, as well as giving you ‘ideas’ in terms of positions.

There is a question of whether Google will approve the app for publishing, as well as the question of whether anyone will ever want to wear Google Glass during sex, so we’ll have to wait and see whether Glass and Sex will properly enter our lives.

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