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New Google Glass app ‘Sex with Glass’ sees, records everything (in bed)

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If you and your partner are looking for a little something ‘different’ for their love life – and both happen to own Google Glass – then boy do we have something for you. “Sex With Glass” is a new app for Google Glass that watches – and records – everything you and your partner do to help bring the most out of your sexual experience.

Let’s face it, the world of porn isn’t going anywhere, and as smartphones and gadgets get more and more popular, it’s only a matter of time before the two become even more intertwined. Porn for Google Glass is already here whether Google likes it or not, though it looks like everyone is looking to get in on the fun.

Enter Sex With Glass (NSFW), a new application that came out of London’s Wearable Tech Hackathon. Sex With Glass aims to be a welcome addition to your sex life, allowing partners who own two pairs of Glass to do a number of interesting things.

Like Patrick Stewart, the application sees everything, and will help you out by recording the entire experience and uploading it into the cloud – where we’re sure everyone would want it. Rest assured, the folks behind Sex With Glass say it’s private, and after five hours it will delete itself “forever.”

But that’s not where the fun ends. Partners using Sex With Glass can also use their $1000 headwear to view things from their partner’s point of view during the experience. The app will also give you a hand where you need it, letting you ask for suggestions and play music – it’s a helping hand when you need it most. If you don’t own Google Glass, don’t worry – there’s an iPhone app, too! But there’s no way that an iPhone is half as fun as fun as eyewear.

Think what you will of Sex With Glass – it’s real, and it’s in development. We’re not sure who is ready to get on board – especially since there are so few Google Glass owners – let alone couples.  Then again, we’re sure there’s a couple out there itching to try this out. If you’re signing up, let us know!

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