This article also states that there are way to check and see if someone is recording:
To check if that super nerd is recording you as you go about your daily business, look them in the eye and check if the lens is lit up.First, the device's screen is illuminated whenever it's in use, and that applies to taking a picture or recording a video.Second, Glass requires the user to either speak a command - "Ok Glass, take a picture" or "Ok Glass, record a video" - or to take an explicit action by pressing the button on the top of Glass's frame. In each case, the illuminated screen, voice command or gesture all make it clear to those around the device what the user is doing.
EDIT: Also found this.
Florida Recording Law
As I said before, if you are sitting in a restaurant, you do not have "a reasonable expectation of privacy", and recording you does not violate your right to privacy.Florida's wiretapping law is a "two-party consent" law. Florida makes it a crime to intercept or record a "wire, oral, or electronic communication" in Florida, unless all parties to the communication consent. See Fla. Stat. ch. 934.03. Florida law makes an exception for in-person communications when the parties do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in the conversation, such as when they are engaged in conversation in a public place where they might reasonably be overheard. If you are operating in Florida, you may record these kinds of in-person conversations without breaking the law. However, you should always get the consent of all parties before recording any telephone conversation and any in-person that common sense tells you is private.
He probably left because he was embarrassed. I've felt the same when asked to leave for OC'ing my handgun.
Personally I'm waiting for this tech to get down to contact lenses, where the lenses is a peripheral device and the real computer looks like a hearing aid or bluetooth on the ear. I would love to have that. As it is I love having a Motorola Sliver speaking audio books and using voice commands to the phone in my pocket. If I would have a contact lenses to accompany that....
...sooo many apps in waiting for the 'Google Lens' or 'Google Eye' or whatever the call it....the iEye....ultimate HUD experience, GPS, speedometer, music without looking away from the road...a firearms training app that can help you learn proper sight picture and actually knows where you're focusing while aiming (a lens could detect your actual lens flexing to focus)...detect flinching in anticipation of the shot and send a custom stimuli to train you out of it...hell even display how many rounds you've fired.
Imagine the alarm clock app on a lens displaying progressively funny pictures to wake you up....or grose pictures to kick you out of bed...
Last edited by Jerry; 12-03-13 at 07:59 PM.