Nissan Announces Its Own Google Glass Called 3E

After beating Apple to the iWatch, Nissan is going after Google now with its own Google Glass web-connected eye display system. It's called the 3E and it will be yours to enjoy but not buy at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show.
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Nissan describes the device as a "glasses-type wearable device currently under development. The device can be connected to the Internet in real time, allowing the users to overlay acquired information on the glasses, record projected images, have communications with others by sending information to their glasses, etc."
The device projects an image for the left eye. We don't know what it actually does, except for the fact that they will use it to broadcast live reports from the show.

Editor's note: Now where have we seen this before? Vegeta, what does the scouter say!
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