Asked in downtown Mountain View. Photos and interviews by Daniel DeBolt.
"I think they won't catch on because they will cause people to not be able to tell if other people are interacting with them or their phone. With phones you can tell someone is disengaging."
"I don't think they are very practical. I don't think I would want to use them. I don't think they would really make me that much more efficient."
"Actually, I think they are going to be awesome. I saw an article online that detailed out everything, they just look amazing."
"Hell yeah, they'd be sick. The question is, how expensive would they be? I would use them in everyday life as long as they look cool."
"You'd have lot more people running into things, because they wouldn't be very focused on what's going on. A lot of people aren't very good at multitasking."
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