First Google Glass Adult Movie App Is Only Days Away

Posted: May 29 2013, 9:26am CDT | by , in News | Portable Devices

First Google Glass Adult Movie App is Only Days Away

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The adult entertainment industry is already working with Google Glass. This is going to be more than just point of view adult movie.

Google Glass could find big adoption in the adult movie industry. Android app maker MiKandi, known for their huge adult entertainment app offering has said that they are readying their first Google Glass app within days.

MiKandi CEO Jesse Adams told The Register: "It's not that Google Glass is just a camera, but Glass is more than that; it's a pretty awesome communications device. So you don't just use it for viewing content, but also for talking about it and sharing, letting people interact with media in totally new ways."

Adult movie stars could wear Glass and have their fans interact in real-time with them via social media. This could lead to totally new experiences.

The adult entertainment industry has long history of early adopting technology. The problem with Google Glass is though Google. They will never allow Google Glass to be used in the adult entertainment industry.

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