Smart glasses with artificial intelligence technology from Google help the blind to see,A Dutch startup has partnered with Google Glass to create a set of glasses with AI that help blind and visually impaired people see.
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Envision states that the software is the fastest and most accurate OCR (optical character recognition) available, and capable of reading any text from more than 60 scribbled languages.
New life for Google Glass?
Envision developed the software for the highly defamed Google Glass, which failed as a consumer product but still lives in the company as a hands-free computer assistant in warehouses and factories.
They will sell for $ 2,099 once shipping begins in August 2020.
Smart glasses with artificial intelligence technology from Google help the blind to see
The price puts the product out of reach of many of the approximately 253 million who live with a visual impairment, but it could dramatically improve the independence of those who can afford it. You can even prove that Google Glass was not a bad idea after all.
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July 10, 2019 – Everything you need for image recognition is condensed into individual glass pieces. The technology could one day be used to integrate facial recognition into smartphones. Glass distinguishes between different images by distorting incoming light waves.
Glass functions as a nanophotonic medium that can perform nonlinear mapping in a manner comparable to artificial neural computing. Complex information is encoded on the wavefront of an input light. When the light wave enters the crystal, the crystal transforms the wavefront to perform computing tasks such as image recognition.
Computation occurs when a host material with inclusions that appear as bubbles and impurities embedded in the glass scatter light back and forth to differentiate images. Scattering mixes input light similar to linear matrix multiplication in a digital artificial neural network for artificial intelligence.