Google steps up the game with AR glasses
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The video demostration illustrated the glasses ability to translate and transcribe, including sign languages.It makes use of Google Translate to bring the technology to the glasses thereby breaking language barriers. The acquisition of North, the startuo that launched its own impressive Focals AR glasses has inadvertently influenced Google.While North was in the process of launching its second generation of smart glasses with holographic display, Google swooped in and stole the limelight. Google aims at pursuing what it refers to as next frontier of computing.It has demonstrated uses of AR on Android phones through various apps and software and it was also speculated that Google was building an AR headset codenamed Project Iris.
Although the google glass wasn’t a consumer success it still exists in the enterprise world with Glass enterprise Edition 2 which is the latest iteration of the augmented reality eyewear. Competing Google are also Apple and Meta , investing research time in AR and it really does seem a race to be the first to put useful augmented reality, that people want to don in public.
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