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Google Just Patented a Weird Camera Hat

Well this is... interesting. It doesn't seem like the very public failure of Google Glass—due, in large part, to the built-in camera—has deterred Google from pursuing wearable camera tech. A recent patent shows that they're at least considering putting a camera and microphone onto a baseball cap.

Blincam Attaches to Any Glasses, Lets You Take Photos with a Wink

If you thought the idea of taking a picture with the wink of an eye died with Google Glass, think again. A new hopeful product-to-be called Blincam is bringing back the idea: a standalone, handsfree camera that attaches to any pair of glasses and captures photos with a wink.

3RDi is a Camera for the Middle of Your Forehead

Think the Google Glass camera glasses are funny looking? Check out the 3RDi. Pronounced "third eye," it's a new camera that lets you capture your life while you're enjoying the moment by placing a camera smack dab in the center of your forehead, making you look like a camera cyclops.

Humor: The Daily Show Makes Fun of the Intolerance Faced by Google Glass Owners

Here's a little chuckle for your Monday morning. You may have heard the stories of discrimination and sometimes outright violence faced by Google Glass users in some parts of the country.

People who are afraid they're being inconspicuously photographed or videotaped (and they sometimes are) by Glass wearers are at times lashing out against the would-be invaders of their privacy.

North Korea Revealed in Photos Captured on Google Glass

While Google Glass user Kenny Zhu was in North Korea this past April, he took advantage of the small and comparatively inconspicuous size of the device on his head to snap what appear to be the first images taken in North Korea using the wearable tech.

Shocking Domestic Violence PSA Uses the Google Glass POV to Send a Message

Editor's Note: The video below contains strong imagery. None of it is NSFW per se, but it might not be suitable for all viewers.

March 8th was International Women's Day, and although Google Glass will no doubt be used in the future to document many a wonderful celebration on this day, this year it was instead used to send a strong, shocking message about domestic violence.

Victor Oladipo Records His Experience at the NBA Draft Using Google Glass

At this year's NBA Draft, the Orlando Magic used the second overall pick to select former Indiana University guard Victor Oladipo. For Oladipo, this day at the draft represented the fulfillment of a life-long dream. And thanks to Google Glass, we get to experience a lot of that special day for ourselves.