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Google Has Patented The "Hand Heart" Gesture

Google has patented specific hand gestures for users of Google Glass, including the "hand heart." But how will this affect pop stars?

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A recently discovered patent has revealed that Google has patented "hand gestures to signify what is important" for users wearing a "wearable computing device" —- otherwise known as Google Glass.

The most alarming part of this patent is that it includes making a "heart-shaped hand gesture" that Google Glass wearers would make to signify that they "like" something.

The patent also includes making a "lens frame" gesture with your hands to create a frame around an object, indicating to Google Glass that you want to take a picture of an object or person that you've "framed."

However, modern convenience and technological advances aside, if Google does implement these patented gestures, what does it mean for the rest of us? And, more specifically, what does it mean for pop stars?!

If pop stars had to stop using the hand heart....


There's no word on when or if Google plan on actually using its "hand heart gesture" patent, but for the sake of pop stars' relationship with their fans, let us hope it never happens.