Professional Glass Porn Is Here And Google Can't Stop It

07/24/2013 01:38 pm ET | Updated Jul 24, 2013
  • Alexis Kleinman Deputy Managing Editor Of Impact & Innovation, The Huffington Post

Google doesn't want porn on Glass, the company's hotly anticipated (and mocked) eyewear-computer combination.

However, we all know that where there is technology there will be porn.

Earlier this week, Motherboard announced that adult app company MiKandi recently sponsored a professional pornographic video shot with Google Glass. Well-known porn stars James Deen and Andy San Dimas wore Google Glass while having sex. The technique was a clever end-run around Google's ban on pornographic applications. (You can watch the video on YouTube.)

"While developers cannot share Glass apps that serve sexually explicit content," Mikandi CEO Jesse Adams told Fast Company, "there doesn't seem to be any terms that prohibit users from shooting their own adult content.”

Google has been strictly anti-porn, anti-nudity, and anti-profanity when it comes to Glass. You can't curse at Glass, you can't search for porn, and you can't go to porn sites. In fact, web browsing in general is pretty limited, Fox News reports.

Still, Glass has a built-in camera, and email, video chat, and texting capabilities, so there's no way Google can squash your inner amateur pornographer if you want to make and send a sexy video.

Watching video made on Glass "is an experience with the powerful ability to transport you to a different time and place," Motherboard's Arikia Millikan writes. The videos created on Glass can be watched on computers and smartphones, but the real thrill is watching the videos that were filmed with Glass on Glass itself. "From the viewer's POV, the videos definitely feel very intimate and personal," Adams told Fast Company. "It's a shame that [porn apps are] banned, so other Glass users can't experience that yet.”

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