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Old 18th July 2012, 08:41   #1
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Default Google patents Project Glass motion-based theft detection

We know that you're never gonna take your Google glasses off, but if some nefarious lout feels differently, the boys and girls in Mountain View's X lab have got you covered. The company has patented a system whereby the device can identify "unnatural" movements and lock the headset if it feels the violent motion of them being wrenched from your face. Even better, while your would-be assailant is making off with the $1,500 gear, it'll be contacting the authorities to ensure that they can't get far with their ill-gotten HMD. If nothing else, we'll won't worry as much when pre-order customers 782 and 788 go out of an evening.
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