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Virgin Atlantic Is Testing Google Glass To Make Its Check-in Process Less Hellish

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Feb
2014

In case you were worrying that the airport checkin experience couldn’t become anymore invasive, Virgin Atlantic is going to alleviate those fears. Flyers who purchase the pricey Upper Class tickets at London Heathrow will be the first to see the $1,500 face computers in action. If all goes well, the plan is to deliver more passenger information, like dietary and refreshment information, to the employee’s eyeballs. It’s not a permanent fixture yet, however.

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