First porn movie filmed with Google Glass has been made [NSFW]

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When adult company Mikandi released its porn app for Google Glass last month, it was pulled hours after being released. Now they’re back with something else: the first Google Glass porn.

The porno stars James Deen and Andy San Dimas, both wearing Google Glass. Having both uh, participants wearing a camera on their head results in exactly what adult film companies were most likely imagining when Google Glass was announced — two alternating points of view, being filmed at exactly the same time. It’s also probably more “immersive” or something

The trailer for the film (which is obviously very NSFW) shows Deen and San Dimas in a reception affair but also parodies Glass by showing silly made-up features like X-ray vision and body scanning, but also some real ones like Google searches. To protect Ashraf’s virgin eyes, we won’t show the trailer here on dotTech but you can view the trailer on Youtube by clicking here.

I have to say, this sort of thing probably isn’t going away anytime soon. And there will probably be more when Glass is sold to the public sometime next year.

[via The Verge]

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8 comments

  1. Frank

    [@Tom] …are you sure it’s from missing stabilization, not content ;)?*
    Besides all (head worn) ‘actioncams’ I know suffer from that. Or can a Dottechie recommend an actioncam with a /working/ image stabilizer?

    * Actors will (have to) learn not to move their head (too much) – same way as they had to learn not to look cross-eyed in regular movies…

  2. Tom

    Well… I’ll pass on this one, but my experience with Glass vids is that they would benefit greatly from image stabilization. After a minute of watching a Glass vid, I’m ready to heave my breakfast.

  3. Ed

    [@Frank] It’s not his fault. If the video is flagged on Youtube as having adult content, you are required to login to confirm your age. For him to even host it here he would have had to rip it from youtube and uploaded separately.