Watching Porn from NY Escort

Watching Porn from NY Escort

I first heard about Google Glass for NY Escort¬†several months ago now, after watching Google’s demo video that shows a man waking up and wearing the new tech device as he goes about his daily tasks. These include making arrangements with a friend to meet somewhere and video chatting with a woman at the end, among several other common elements of your average person’s routine.

The only difference, of course, is that while he waits for his friend at their meeting place, he can see how far away he is as he approaches the building and other mind-boggling things of that sort.

My first thought was, “Wow…kind of cool, and kind of creepy at the same time.” I also thought the device itself was fashion challenged, to say the least. Still, something that sparked my curiosity nonetheless.

Working in this industry, one of my first thoughts in reaction to the video was of course, “Could this be used to further things like virtual sex experiences which are just in their infancy now?”

I figured that developers would be quick to begin exploring the many possibilities of a hands-free gadget that would be ideal for point of view experiences, so to speak. As it turns out, I was right.

On June 3rd, the first ever porn app for Google Glass was released by a company called MiKandi and was humorously given the name “Tits and Glass,” which I couldn’t help but think was perfect.

The app basically allowed users of the device to record their experiences from a unique and new perspective and the company’s co-founder Jennifer McEwen also expressed interest in other unique uses for the device in the context of adult intimacy when interviewed over on Mashable.com.

For example, allowing a more interactive experience for long distance couples and as a platform for cam models, among other innovative ideas worth pondering.

Unfortunately, Google failed to see the innovation that I thought was impossible to miss. In a matter of only a few hours, they had quickly revised their developer policies to ban all sexually explicit material from the app store for Google Glass. I think this is really uncool of them and would have liked to think I could trust them to be more open minded and neutral.

However, given the level of public disapproval regarding the new device does make it easy to see why Google is deciding to play it safe for the time being. Many individuals and organizations are deeply concerned about the safety of a wearable device such as Glass in a world already full of distractions every way we turn our heads.

Considering that many states have passed laws making it illegal to talk on mobile phones while driving, the public outcry is not unexpected regarding Google Glass for NY Escort.

Though would Google Glass actually provide a safer alternative to the GPS navigation screens which now come standard in many new car models currently on the market? After all, you don’t have to look down or away from the road in front of you if your screen is wherever your eyes are already aimed, right?

I agree with this article and believe that Google’s move to ban porn on Glass is likely just an attempt to give their product a chance to catch on with the public once it is commercially released in about another year or so. Keeping people happy is obviously important and they seem to simply be keeping the image of Glass as clean as possible, which I guess I can’t blame them for.

Still, disappointing news for me at least. Despite MiKandi’s attempts to revise the app in order to comply with Google’s new policies, their app remains inactive and Google does not appear ready to budge on this matter.

Among the developers who received early versions of Google Glass was a Mr. Mike DiGiovanni who has developed an app for the device which bypasses the need to press a button or use a voice command for snapping a photo while users are wearing Glass. Now all they have to do is wink and they will capture an image of whatever they lay eyes on, so to speak.

Feeling uneasy about it yet? Google seems fine with this, but it’s certainly not the first product they have created that came with serious concerns over violation of privacy and those types of issues.

Honestly, the way I see things, the Street View feature of their Google Earth product and now perhaps Google Glass as well, are far more perverse than an app which allows willing users to record what goes on between them and another willing adult.