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Adorable Mugshot Portraits of Children

To show off its collection of eyewear for kids, Very French Gangsters shot cute mugshot-style portraits of gangster children who were obviously booked for being too hip for their own good.

The Future: Snap and Share Photos Using Augmented Reality Glasses

If Google's vision of the future pans out, we may soon be snapping and sharing photographs using augmented reality "glasses". The company is working on a product that's currently going by the code name "Project Glass". As the concept video above shows, the aim is to have a wearable "computer" that can project useful information about the world directly into the user's eye, allowing people to constantly interact with the Internet throughout their everyday lives. The glasses would even be able to snap photographs based on voice commands, and then instantly upload them to the web.

Make a Pair of Paper Aperture Glasses

Instructables user art.makes has a tutorial on how you can make a pair of paper iris glasses with adjustable apertures. You could definitely build upon the idea to make each side more like a camera lens (e.g. adding barrels, f-stop values) -- perhaps as part of a geeky Halloween costume?

Polaroid and Lady Gaga Launch New Instant Camera, Glasses, and Printer

Looks like the blogosphere was right in December of last year when it guessed that a teaser put out by Polaroid was for a new instant camera launch at CES 2011. The company -- along with Creative Director Lady Gaga -- officially unveiled the camera today in Las Vegas, and also showed off a new printer and a bizarre pair of glasses as well.

High-Tech Glasses That Can Project Photos into Your Eyeball

Here's a glimpse into what viewing photographs might be like for future generations: Brother Industries is working on a special pair of glasses called the AirScouter that can project images directly into your retina, making you see a 16-inch display that doesn't actually exist floating 3 feet in front of your face.