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Source: AdAge - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Intrusion Detection Mike DiGiovanni, technologist at digital agency Roundarch Isobar, has devised a way to bring the desktop version of "Grand Theft Auto III," or GTA3, to Google Glass. The Glass app -- or "Glassware" in Google parlance -- projects GTA3's GPS system onto Glass's screen, which is placed in front of a user's right eye. The hack allows players to better navigate Liberty City, GTA3's fictionalized version of New York City, Mr. DiGiovanni said. Rather than having to constantly switch their gaze from the GPS map in the corner of the screen to the game's character in the center of the screen, gamers get a constant view of both.

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