So I haven't heard any official word yet on whether Disney is going to ban Google Glass from their theme parks, but assuming they don't, would you be willing to use it at a Disney park? I'm thinking it could enhance the park experience in ways that were not possible before. At it's most basic level, all it does is save the 3 or 4 seconds that it takes to pull out your smartphone and check current wait times or take a picture. However, as someone who has been to the park hundreds and hundreds of times, it might be fun to walk around with some kind of augmented reality feature, especially if it could be customizable. I'd love one that pops up with random facts when you look at something (i.e. hidden mickey, name of imagineers who designed it, inspiration for, etc.), and maybe even would show you an overlay of what something looked like before a rennovation (i.e. Market house). What would really be interesting though is if you could get a group of friends and create a custom scavenger hunt, kind of like the kid one at Epcot with the cell phones that Disney offers. You could create your own virtual Walk in Walts Footsteps tour where you have to go to all of the rides, stores, restaurants, drinking fountains, etc. that Walt Disney personally oversaw, or experience all of the rides, shops, restaurants, park benches, trashcans, etc. designed by a specific imagineer. You could sit on a park bench on Main St and virtually watch an old parade (I'd go with Mulan). The possibilities are endless. So I for one am hoping Disney allows these and maybe just places certain restrictions like you can't wear them on a ride (which I wouldn't want to do anyway), or in a bathroom, or while watching a parade, fireworks, Fantasmic, etc.
So what about you? Cool new way to experience the park for someone who's been there a hundred times before, or a destruction of Walt's original vision and another sign of the end of society as we know it?