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Google glass pre-breakfast app

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Ok, I couldn't find the right category...

At this time of the morning, my brain does not work.

I'm suggesting some open source app that works with google glass and, by dint of using the camera to recognise shapes, it warns you of pre-breakfast blunders.

For example, this morning it would say "the jam won't leave the pot because you haven't fully remove the transparent cover completely" and so stop me acting like a zombie for whatever period of time it was.

not_morrison_rm, Dec 18 2013

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       "You're briefcase is on the couch. What you are carrying is a cat. What you are carrying it by is not a handle."
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 18 2013
  

       Exactmente.   

       And it was either this or the rectally fitted Aeolian harp idea.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 18 2013
  

       ^ then, from where it's sitting on the endtable, it notices the time and the action you've just performed, and squawks "Those are headphones, the Glass is over here".
FlyingToaster, Dec 19 2013
  

       Well, they could a tie-in with Amazon.   

       One of their drones would be legging it around there with a fresh waste paper basket as soon as the glasses raised the alert.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 19 2013
  

       I thought the whole point of a drone was that it didn't need to leg anywhere?
pocmloc, Dec 19 2013
  

       I keep reading this as the Google Glass pre-breakup app, which has a whole sinister feel to it
theircompetitor, Dec 19 2013
  

       Hmm, that's an idea...   

       The app could analyse the images and put up tickertape subliminal messaging like "jeez, he never does the dishes these days", "She's put on a few pounds, don't you think" and so on.   

       For only $10 more, the piece de resistance, superimposing that strange sock under the bed, lipstick on neck etc
not_morrison_rm, Dec 19 2013
  
      
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