It is innovative and making every owner a paparazzi.
But they make you look corny:
And you might have problems entering areas with photo restrictions with them, like concerts, military areas, strip clubs or anywhere near me
The Google glasses are kind of a sneaky approach like "hidden camera".
Behold the "Google" helmet -Skully! Made by Skully not Google.
Here they have taken a helmet and put an Android system in there and the functions of Google glasses plus a lot more.
You cannot claim any hidden camera effect with this one - it would stand out a bit if you enter your strip club with that helmet on; which makes it ...kind of fair.
The internet of things will grow with such a speed that even the NSA will not be able to monitor all of it, and the ipv6 IP range will have to be implemented all over the place. But once that is in place; every thing will communicate via the internet from your power measuring to the refrigerator, the car, your glasses, your light bulbs and your helmet.
The helmet has a targeted purpose (motor cycling - not spying on people in bars).
You do not even have to lift up the visor on this helmet - it is done electronically
Amazing what you can do with Linux these days.
Quite innovative, so there is only one thing left to say:
May the force be with you