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JetBlue Gives A Glimpse Into The Future Of Air Travel With Google Glass

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Google has been whipping the public into a frenzy over Google Glass, the technology that will allow users to put an informational overlay over everything they look at while they’re wearing the special glasses. As part of that campaign, the internet giant staged a contest to see who could come up with the best application for the technology.

One of the companies to enter the contest was air travel brand JetBlue, who imagined a future in which Google Glass wearers could check the status of their flights, get estimated cab fare, and see how full a parking garage is without even looking down at their phones.

You can see the pictures of the hypothetical use of Google Glass in the above gallery. Imagine, being able to see if your flight has been delayed right there at the airport!

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