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Olympus MEG4.0 smart glasses will photoshop the REAL WORLD

Camera firm's Google Glass competitor has GPS, smartphone linkup Japanese camera and optics company Olympus is developing a set of smart glasses along the lines of Google's Project Glass which, besides its other more useful functions, will allow users to view the real world with a brighter, friendlier glow.…
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