Just a few months after Google banned Tits and Glass, an app that let users film point-of-view pornography using their Google Glasses, a new company has developed an app that lets Glass wearers identify strangers just by looking at their face.
From CNET Soon your face could be your calling card. An upcoming app for Android, iOS, and Google Glass called NameTag will allow you to photograph strangers and find out who they are -- complete with social networking and online dating profiles.
Spot someone out and about that you want to identify, and you can capture their ...
A new mobile app called "Nametag" adds facial recognition to phone photos; take a pic of someone and feed it to the app and the app will search Facebook, Twitter, sex offender registries and (if you'd like) dating sites to try and put a name to the face.
Video Google said years ago that facial recognition (of strangers) is the one technology it's holding back because it's creepy. It has told developers for Google Glass that it doesn't want them incorporating it into apps, but at least two groups have said they've done it and that people will be [...]
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