Oct 22, 2013
NTT Docomo was showing off its latest development where cameras, computers and know-how combine to give the wearer a whole different view of what they are looking at.
One function of the gizmo overlays the wearer's first language onto unfamiliar text, making signs and menus instantly understandable - a boon to travellers in Japan, where foreign-language menus are not commonly found off the tourist trail.
Another application turns any flat surface into a touchscreen, with a finger ring relaying positioning information to the device that lets wearers "touch" tags that only they can see, perhaps to perform an internet search.
Other uses include facial recognition that is intended to look up someone's identity - and job title - from a smartphone's directory.The source: news.com.ua