The new Google Glass prescription frames rest on a table at the Google Glass Basecamp space at Chelsea Market, Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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Product design student Sherif Maktabi made a lurid entrance into the realm of software development when he came up with an application called "Sex with Glass" for the Google's new eyewear technology.Maktabi first devised Sex with Glass back in November at a Hackathon, an open event bringing together designers and developers of different backgrounds to meet and create.A designer – not a developer – Maktabi has since teamed up with graphic designers to see the Glass application through to fruition.To push other uses for the dual-perspective technology, Maktabi has thrown his energy behind an iPhone application of Glance, which is due to be released in mid-February pending Apple's approval.
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