Blippar has migrated its object image recognition technology from the smartphone to Google Glass, showing off the concept at Mobile World Congress. The app could be used for advertising, education and more. It can also recognize faces but that feature will be disabled.
VideoOne central problem of Google Glass, besides a geeky appearance and the potential for bodily harm, is that it's not apparent why most people would want one. Now, a startup is offering up one possibility for a killer app for Google's head-mounted computer: the ability to recognize objects and other images you're [...]
Google opened up its now iconic Glass for sales to a limited number of “Explorers” just over a year ago, and is allowing the general public to purchase Glass for $1,500 for one day only today. Like any substantial piece of technology that becomes pop culture, Google’s face computer has been the butt of jokes,...
ABC News You Can Buy Google Glass on Tuesday - if You Still Want It ABC News For only 24 hours, Google will allow anyone in the U.S. to buy Glass -- the high-tech glasses only available to testers up until now.
Park Avenue surgeon uses Google Glass in the operating room New York Post Park Avenue plastic surgeon Dr. Ramtin Kassir is using Google Glass to record surgeries and consultations and to access medical records, hands-free, in the operating room.
New Museum Exhibit to Let Visitors Try Google Glass DNAinfo Through a partnership with Google Glass, the museum will launch a “visitor engagement app” using the wearable technology, officials announced.
VideoSince Google Glass first appeared, its potential for facial recognition has been seen either as a privacy nightmare or as one of the headset's first truly intriguing uses. Google has declared itself in the first camp. Stephen Balaban is in the second, and he's about to share his vision with Glassheads everywhere, [...]
SFGate (blog) Google Glass certain to impact privacy laws KTVU San Francisco Some worry that new tech like Google Glass will strip away all of our privacy rights. Some even say that wearable technology may lay our privacy bare.
Wandering around wearing Google Glass with no place to stay? The SPG for Glass can solve that problem, helping you search for a room or manage your Starwood Preferred account on Google’s wearable computer.
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