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"...Google’s promotional video for Glass does not feature a single user with a disability.

"...Google’s promotional video for Glass does not feature a single user with a disability. But Glass was designed, according to Google founder Sergey Brin, to free users’ hands and eyes—to stop people from constantly looking down at a handheld device so they can look out at and experience the world instead. It’s no real surprise then that people who are quadriplegic, who can’t use their hands, have given Glass its most positive reviews to date." - http://www.icsny.org/blog/emerging-new-technologies-for-people-with-disabilities-bring-challenges-too-first-in-a-series/
http://www.icsny.org/blog/emerging-new-technologies-for-people-with-disabilities-bring-challenges-too-first-in-a-series

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