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The world's first Google Glass porn movie

A scene from the trailer. (Credit: MiKandiAdultStore/YouTube Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) You knew this was going to happen.



(Credit: MiKandiAdultStore/YouTube Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET)

You knew this was going to happen. You just didn't know how quickly.

No, I'm not describing the script of every porn movie ever made (though I am). I'm talking about the fact that there is already a Google Glass porn movie in the can.

I am grateful to the Verge for discovering that the famous porn star James Deen has already shot a movie with Google Glass.

His co-star in the sure-to-be-a-hit enterprise is MiKandi girl Andy San Dimas. MiKandi has been very much driven by the idea of Google Glass. It created an app with a terribly tricky name that was swiftly removed. It made a glorious return, however, albeit with the porn rather absent.

For the purposes of pure science, I watched the trailer -- which is allegedly safe enough for YouTube, but not safe enough for your future career.

It involves X-ray vision, facial recognition technology, and talk of apps. It also involves mention of burritos.

Both characters seem intent on wearing Google Glass throughout the movie, though there is quite a lot of squinting.

Should you wish to read a techie-centric account from the set, Motherboard has graciously provided it -- as well as providing the Google Glass for this shoot.

Deen told Motherboard that he did feel the glasses got in the way a touch -- you know, with the steaming-up and falling off and all that.

Personally, I was riveted with the vast amount of extremely useful product placement in the trailer.

I can see so many opportunities for cross-promotions that will make many, many eyes water.

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