Google Glass promised a whole new world of mobile, hands-free access to photos, videos, messaging, web-surfing and apps. But Dr. Tsontcho Ianchulev, a clinical associate professor in the department of ophthalmology at University of California, San Francisco, had a scary experience with the new technology.
"I almost got into a car accident when I was driving with it. And the device was even turned off at the time. So, that really alerted me to how much my peripheral vision seemed to be blocked by the frame," he told CBS News.
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