Monday, March 25, 2013

West Virginia Looking To Outlaw Google Glasses

West Virginia Looking To Outlaw Google Glasses:
This may be one of the most bizarre things so far this year in politics.  Although with politics, that’s obviously an extremely subjective call to make.
Lawmakers in West Virginia have proposed legislation that would make it illegal to wear heads-up displays like Google Glass (aka “Google Glasses”) while driving.  These augmented reality devices, not yet available on the market, are seen as a potential threat and a possible future cause of distracted driving.
The law was introduced during debates over a proposed Distracted Driving bill making its way through the West Virginia legislature.  It was prompted by articles about Google Glass ...