After watching the concept video for Google Project Glass on repeat for the past 24 hours, technophiles have emerged from their bleary-eyed analysis and started breaking down the concept.

Aren't glasses easily breakable? Where would the battery go? How will it protect privacy?

A British man named Tom Scott even went as far as filming his own parody video pointing out some of the prototype's obvious cons -- visibility for one.

But what about the more fantastical ways Google Project Glass could make our lives more entertaining, if the goggles perform at their level best?

The specs could provide access to unlimited music and videos, or provide instant answers to questions users have in the daily lives.

We've compiled a list of 10 conceptual ideas that would be game changers in the entertainment industry.

Maybe Google will take note and incorporate one of the ideas into the Project Glass final design. (Fingers crossed for facial recognition).

Have any ideas for cool ways Google could develop Project Glass for entertainment? Sound off below.

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Like the recent piece of virtual reality journalism that appeared at the Sundance Film Festival, Project Glass could allow users to immerse themselves in a virtual reality game or movie without the wires and heavy headgear.

See the Google's Project Glass video again.