The British Government is considering banning the wearing of “glasses Google” while driving




The British Government is considering banning the wearing of “glasses Google” while driving
This is in order to maintain the focus of the driver while driving

The Ministry of transport in the United Kingdom is considering a resolution to prevent motorists from wearing “sunglasses Google” while driving, a spokesman for the British Department for transport site “Stuff”. This step prior to ask Google for her glasses fogged smart officially on sale in the markets.

The resolution is intended to be issued to prevent any confusion it may have caused the driver to wear it for “Google” glasses while driving, spokesman for the British Transport Ministry website that several discussions were held between the Ministry and the police since the announcement of the “Google” glasses to prevent wear while driving may cause distraction to the driver.

Believes that the resolution be passed cause resentment many interested in using new technologies in their everyday lives, believes Google glasses “to display maps and directions while driving without the need to look at the screen.

The “Google” smart glasses and running version 4.0.4 of the Android system review process of the implementation of any order requested by the user through the small rectangles appear to the user without that impede vision, they also provide the user with many features that not only display maps and directions, where can the user through voice commands to bifocals do take pictures, record videos, and can share what he sees in a video conversation with friends.
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