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There’s a Google Glass app for…sex?

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Between the 4K Ultra HD Porn and this, I’m feeling a little creeped out by society. A developer is claiming he built the first Google Glass app for sex. Yeah, that’s right. And while I can’t even imagine what that app could possibly do, apparently Sex with Glass allows partners to share points of view to “experience sex like never before.”

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I don’t know about you, but I don’t think sex really needs the all-encompassing 360 degree view. Just saying.

The funny thing is, for this to work, both people need to be wearing Google Glass. Can you imagine how ridiculous that would look? Once the person says, “OK, Glass, it’s time” the person will be able to see what’s going on from his/her partner’s view via a live video stream.

I haven’t gotten to the best part yet. For the stream to stop, you must say the words, “OK, Glass, pull out.” I know! It’s just too good.

Here’s where the app actually gets useful. Supposedly (according to the Site), the app can dim room lights and play mood music. And if you’re looking to spice things up, the app can also suggest new sexual positions with the command, “OK, Glass, give me ideas.” Why don’t you buy her flowers?! Sheesh.

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But if you’re not planning on purchasing Google Glass in the near future and you would still like to have the creepy experience of the live video stream, fear not. The developer is looking into creating an iPhone app called Glance which will allow users to switch the point of view to their iPhone’s camera for the “whole picture.”

And I’m sure this is totally legal: Sex With Glass will create a video of the footage from all three devices that you can watch later. It’s like going to Disneyland and getting a copy of your Splash Mountain descent!

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Except I wouldn’t suggest sharing this one with the whole family. Just my two cents. However, in the true James Bond fashion, the video self-destructs after five hours.

So, let this sink in.

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