And it is pretty impossible to look good with them.
So those early fans are starting to sell their glasses on ebay now because they have gone from hip to "Glassholes". Even the co-founder of Google does not wear them anymore on official Google occasions.
Google dubbed the first set of several thousand Glass users as "Explorers." But as the Explorers hit the streets, they drew stares and jokes. Some people viewed the device, capable of surreptitious video recording, as an obnoxious privacy intrusion, deriding the once-proud Explorers as “Glassholes.”
Google has not given up the development though, they are simply focusing on Google glasses at work.
In industries and healthcare the glasses can have a good function without violating the privacy of everybody, so that makes more sense.
In April, Google launched the Glass at Work program to help make the device useful for specific industries, such as healthcare and manufacturing. So far the effort has resulted in apps that are being tested or used at companies such as Boeing and Yum Brands' Taco Bell.