Digital eyes

A Japanese inventor, Hirotaka Osawa, has created glasses (which he calls AgencyGlass) that display a pair of digital eyes, sparing wearers the burden of having to express emotion with their eyes. The NY Daily News reports:

Just as robots can reduce the need for physical labour, the AgencyGlass — which looks like two small TV screens set in spectacle frames — aims to cut down its user's emotional demands by carrying out their eye movements for them.

     Posted By: Alex - Wed Apr 23, 2014
     Category: Inventions | Chindogu

Big deal. Curly Howard performed this gag in "Horses' Collars" in 1935.
Posted by KDP on 04/23/14 at 09:52 AM
I prefer those X-Ray ones that let you see through women's clothing.

Of course, these may come in handy if you're in some boring professor's class.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/23/14 at 11:34 AM
The Japanese are so weird!
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 04/23/14 at 08:06 PM
Not actually being able to see anything may be of advantage.
Posted by Mr Evilwrench on 04/24/14 at 12:49 AM
This guy's so lazy that he has a machine to carry his eyes movements for him.
Posted by Yudith on 04/25/14 at 06:49 AM
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