Project C.Y.B.O.R.G. aims at putting Microsoft back on the “glass” wearable market

It all started as a Billborg joke in 1997.

It all started as a Billborg joke in 1997.

With interest in Google’s tightly-controlled Glass turning lukewarm, Microsoft corporation announced the existence of Project C.Y.B.O.R.G.

Allegedly standing for Control Your Bing Operating Rendering Glass, the project takes over where it last left more than a decade ago, when Microsoft founder Bill Gates was still the CEO.

“Cybernetic deep meta-processing of contextual imagery is just a long way to refer to the stuff you see,” said project leader Duane Forrester of Bing fame.

“Every time you open your eyes, all this information is wasted, but with Microsoft C.Y.B.O.R.G. ™ it will be analyzed on the fly to your advantage. Think of all the stuff you could see and buy while walking around!” exclaimed Forrester, smiling.

Unlike Google Glass, Microsoft C.Y.B.O.R.G. ™ will feature Near Iris Sensors, overlaying images in a Halo ™ effect; most head up displays, such as that of Google Glass fail to incorporate the amount of immersion necessary for a True Immersive Cybernetic Experience (TICE).

“It started as a joke, I mean, the image of Bill as a cyborg was created at Microsoft for laughs and chuckles, but this is how the real world can imitate art and fiction,” said Duane Forrester, adding: “Have no doubt that the enhanced Bing search, involving Realtime Big Data Projection will be mimicked by Glass – if they keep it alive another year,” added Forrester, nodding emphatically.

At this time, Project C.Y.B.O.R.G. remains a closed alpha, available only by visiting and performing a series of searches for the term.

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