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Google Glass suits Alfred Hitchcock and Mark Twain

Oh Photoshop, is there no limit to the wonders people can create with your infinite tools of pixel manipulation?

Someone at Google owns a flux capacitor. That, or these images of influential figures from the past wearing Google Glass are rather convincing Photoshops.

While probably the latter, there’s still something a little magical viewing the likes of Honest Abe Lincoln and Paul McCartney donning Google’s magic specs. Which, incidentally you can apply to pick up for a mere US$1,500 dollars.

Head on over to The Verge forums for the full collection before whipping up your own blend of Google-inspired past and present.

[The Verge]

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