Puzzlebox Glass Goggles 
Monday, September 24, 2012, 03:40 AM
Posted by Steve Castellotti
Puzzlebox wishes to propose a new concept interface for Augmented Reality systems such as Google's Project Glass:

Youtube: Puzzlebox Glass Goggles Demonstration

Our demonstration features an Android application which uses a reverse-engineered version of Google's "Goggles" API (which technically has not yet been made available to the public) to perform an image-recognition search on photos captured automatically whenever a user's level of interest or focus is detected above a personalized threshold - as detected by a single-sensor EEG electrode located on the temple alongside the heads-up display (HUD).

In this way the system can provide ambient information specifically related to objects and locations which have attracted the user's attention.

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