Designers create Google Glass you may actually want to wear

The tech world is in a tizzy about Google Glass, the highly innovative but ungainly wearable tech concept from the evergreen search giant. Many are suggesting that it could be the most exciting advance in mobile computing since the smartphone, but most argue that the headset is so ugly that no one will want to be seen wearing it.

That's where the designers at software development startup Sourcebits came in - they have created a concept Google Glass headset which looks far more like a pair of stylish specs and less like part of a sci-fi geek's convention-going apparel.

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