A descendant to Google Glass is in the works, and this time the smart glasses are concentrated on real-time language translation.
Smart glasses of Google, revealed today, are a prototype organized to transcribe, translate, and then display what someone is claiming on the lenses, all in actual time.
“What we are performing on is a technology that allows us to seize up language barriers,” Eddie Chun, Google’s director of product management, claimed in a video about the illustration.
The gadget uses Google Translate to work out translated subtitles. Google also displayed that deaf people could use smart glasses to assist them to to understand those who have not grasped sign language.
The company launched a video of the prototype at its virtual Google I/O innovators conference while talking up its attempts to investigate augmented-reality gadgets.
Google AR glasses with live translations could change the world
Google CEO named as ‘Sundar Pichai’ explained the technology as the latest partition in computing. “These AR potentials are already applicable on Smartphone and the magic would arrive alive when you can use them in the actual world without the technology getting in the direction,” he claimed in a blog post
However, Google had not disclosed much else about the product, adding its name, the specifications, or how the subtitles seem on the lenses. In lieu, the video of the prototype only gives a “duplicated” point of view of the proficiency.
Still, the gadget signals Google has some great goals and ideas for the special smart glasses space. The authentic Google Glass was established back in the year of 2012 with much fanfare, but interest finally dissipated due to a myriad of problems, including its high $1,500 cost. The organization has since swiveled to giving a Google Glass product that is specifically meant for the organizations and corporations. This device gives the text that is translated over the lens.