Google Glass Porn Showcases A New Filmmaking Perspective

Adult film actors used the built-in cameras to capture video from each other’s perspective.

We all knew this day would come, the day that the unique point-of-view film perspective of Google Glass would be harnessed by the porn industry. And indeed, porn pros James Deen and Andy San Dimas, in conjunction with adult app company MiKandi, have created the first professional pornography, a tryst in a reception room, whilst wearing Glass.

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In the NSFW trailer (which you can view here) it is clear the video is as much a parody of Glass as it is a tantalizing sex tape. Deen and San Dimas each wear a pair of glasses to record each other during the act but also come upon a host of Glass’ functions, from inadvertently googling dirty words to facial recognition and scoring the latest eBay deals, the glasses seem to hinder as much as they help the experience. However, from an ordinary consumer’s point of view, and more importantly for the industry, it could be a new way to create virtual reality porn – seeing a porn star seemingly right in front of you. In a Medium article, “I Banged James Deen #ThroughGlass,” Arikia Millikan – who loaned her pair of Glasses to Deen for the shoot – wrote of watching the videotaped scene afterwards:

I felt James Deen’s penetrating gaze looking deep into my soul as he hovered over me on that levitating projector screen in my eye. We’d all just test piloted the next wave of VR sex that would enable anyone with the means and the will to virtually —- the lover of their dreams.

While Glass has an anti-porn policy, which means developers cannot create graphic content and wearers can’t google porn or find adult websites through the limited browser, there is currently nothing stopping people using the video function to record sexual dalliances and use as they may.

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