Using Google Glass to Text While Driving Isn't Going To Be Better Than Your Phone
Sep 29, 2014 12:33
Texting while driving is still going to be a distraction, even if you are using Google Glass. According to a new study, while it isn't quite as bad as using your phone, it will still serve as a distraction, which is bad.
According to the folks at the University of Central Florida, it is still not a good idea to use Google Glass while driving. Tthe UCF study showed there was clear distraction when using Glass compared to someone who was just driving.
Still, it had some saving grace:
Glass did help drivers in our study recover more quickly than those texting on a smartphone. We hope that Glass points the way to technology that can help deliver information with minimal risk.
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