Now, to what could be a landmark case involving the futuristic computer glasses, google glass. A california woman was ticketed for driving with them on. But she's fighting the citation. Abc's neal... See More
Now, to what could be a landmark case involving the futuristic computer glasses, google glass. A california woman was ticketed for driving with them on. But she's fighting the citation. Abc's neal karlinsky has the story. Reporter: Cecilia abadie loves her google glass. A wearable computer that fits like glasses and projects a tiny scen in front of your eyes. She has become the first in the nation to test whether it's legal to drive with glass. As in this youtube video from another motorist. That thought never crossed my mind that it was illegal. Me and my friends, we wear glass all the time when we drive. Reporter: The high-tech tug-of-war began when the california highway patrol pulled abadie over for allegedly speeding. And the officer noticed she was wearing google glass. There's no law against glass specifically. So, he slapped her with another ticket. A violation that makes it illegal to drive with a television or video monitor, even though abadie says her glass unit wasn't turned on. Because of the way he was asking me the questions, i started to realize he was feeling there was something illegal about it. I think a case like this was more an inevitable. And I think it's one of the first of many cases we're going to see with google glass. Reporter: In a statement, google warns users about using mobile devices while driving. Adding they should always use glass responsibly. And put their safety and the safety of others first. Abadie is fighting her ticket and will testify at trial next month. No word on whether she'll be wearing google glass on the witness stand. For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. Angie just handed me these. There's no way you should be driving with this on. You can't see anything when it goes on. It's very distracting. Put them on. And on the side, it's very distracting. There's no way.
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