Samsung Sets Sights On Google Glass, Files Patent For Tech That Has Users Interact With Projected 3D Images

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Samsung filed a patent application for know-how that's far more superior than what was seen within the Google Glass. The know-how seems to be to unravel the restricted enter technique of smartglasses by projecting digital enter interfaces in mid-air and on surfaces.
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Samsung appears to be setting its sights on Google Glass, not simply to develop comparable know-how however to create one that's far more superior,

Google Glass launched with a lot pleasure, nevertheless it shortly was a bust with gross sales of the device halted worldwide in January. Google's new wearable know-how initiative Challenge Aura has been tasked with reviving Google Glass, which has been described as an costly gadget that has no clear makes use of for shoppers.

The contents of Samsung's filed application reveals know-how that may do what Google Glass can do, and much more. With the know-how, customers would be capable of work together with 3D pictures which might be projected in mid-air, akin to dialing phone numbers on a quantity pad, sending textual content messages by way of a keyboard or playing on a digital piano.

The know-how within the filed patent application seems to unravel the restricted enter technique of smartglasses, as voice instructions will not be enough for when textual content enter is required.

Whereas customers interacted with the Google Glass via tapping a button on the appropriate body arm or talking voice instructions, the patent application for the smartglasses of Samsung seems to make use of a pair of cameras to venture 3D pictures in mid-air to point out digital enter interfaces. The digital interfaces will probably be a visible approach for customers to work together with the device just like the screens of smartphones and tablets, which is one thing that the Google Glass didn't have.

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The engineers of Samsung, nevertheless, have developed the know-how to additionally be capable of challenge interfaces onto actual-life objects. For instance, customers might challenge a keyboard on their arm and use the hand of their different arm to sort on it to ship an e-mail, a piano keyboard on a clean desk to make music or a notepad on a wall to put in writing down necessary messages and draw footage.

The know-how, named SixthSense, was developed by Pranav Mistry whereas learning for his PhD at MIT. Mistry is now working in Samsung, with him being the person who introduced the primary version of the Gear VR headset two years in the past.

Whereas the know-how in Samsung's patent application appears to be far more superior than what was seen in Google Glass, it stays to be seen on whether or not the know-how, whether it is ever launched into the market, might achieve an area the place Google discovered itself failing.

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