WSU student Huston Howery is a volunteer test subject. The research partly involves comparing driver ability when reading text on a cellphone vs. when wearing Google Glass, which has an interactive screen that dangles in front of one eye.
WSU student Huston Howery is a volunteer test subject. The research partly involves comparing driver ability when reading text on a cellphone vs. when wearing Google Glass, which has an interactive screen that dangles in front of one eye. The Wichita Eagle
WSU student Huston Howery is a volunteer test subject. The research partly involves comparing driver ability when reading text on a cellphone vs. when wearing Google Glass, which has an interactive screen that dangles in front of one eye. The Wichita Eagle

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