A new app for Google's hi-tech wearable computing gadget, Glass, would reportedly change the way people have sex, or more appropriately 'view it'.
The 'Sex with Glass' app has been designed to enhance the wearer's experience while having sexual intercourse.
The app records one's sexual activity when the wearer says 'OK Glass, it's time' and live streams the video to the partner and vice versa, metro.co.uk reports.
If one wants to stop seeing what their partner sees, a command 'OK Glass, pull out.' would be sufficient.
The app would then string together all the footage from both the partners and play it back before deleting the video five hours later.
According to the report, the Sex with Glass app also allows users to turn down the lights and turn up the music with voice commands apart from providing suggestions for which positions one can use next.
Developer of the seemingly controversial app, Sherif Maktabi, a Lebanese product design student at London's Central Saint Martins art college, said that having sex with Google Glass on brings a completely new perspective and if it is connected with phone, one can even see what it is like from any angle.