When we saw the preview video for Google's Project Glass yesterday, the augmented-reality goggles seemed like a pretty cool idea, but the video had some glaring inaccuracies. Where was the deluge of intrusive, inescapable advertisements that eerily mirror everything we look at? And more importantly, how was the guy able to walk three feet without racking his testicles on a fire hydrant? These parody videos feel much more like the Google we've come to know and fear.


This video points out Project Glass' other major design flaw:


And if you're still brave enough to ever attempt wearing this product, here's the original video:


Sources: The High Definite | The Daily What