You remember a woman getting a traffic ticket for driving while wearing Glass, right? Harman, the audio company that tried to save Newsweek magazine, is deep into automotive connectivity, and they’ve announced the integration of Google Glass into their Advanced Drive Assistance System.
Harman says ADAS, which has its own camera and image processing, can send alerts to Glass, including warnings about impending collisions.
We understand that Harman is a huge company with a lot of brands, and that this is experimental and blue-sky and very much not-shipping-yet. But we couldn’t help but ask: What could possibly go wrong here?