- Forbes, Monday, September 29, 2014 1:58 PM
The University of Central Florida in partnership with the Air Force Research Laboratory compared how 40 twenty-something-year-old drivers in a car simulator react to traffic conditions
while wearing Google Glass or a smartphone. The study found that drivers exchanging messages using Google Glass were just as slow to react to driving conditions as those on a smartphone. The
article links to the peer review study.
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