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I'm sorry if I'm being a bit dense, but I don't understand your comment. :(

If I physically move my head, nothing I am looking at is moving with me, i.e. the computer screen does not move to where I look.

The point is that you look through glasses, yet the Google Glass screen makes you focus on it, not through it, and hence it moves with your general head movement.

Or have I misunderstood what you said?




If you want to look at your glasses themselves, bespectacled-people learn to flik their eyes, not their whole head.


> If you want to look at your glasses themselves, bespectacled-people learn to flik their eyes

I still fail to see the point. Maybe because I never try to look at my own glasses...

edit: When I want to look over the rim of my glasses, I still move my head while looking up with my eyes, otherwise I wouldn't be able to look at what I was looking at before.




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