Google Glass app creates ‘subtitles’ in talks

Oct

5

2014

A group of scientists has developed an application for Google Glass that captures spoken text and then converts to text. This text is displayed on the image of the smart glasses, effectively calls are subtitled.

The software has been developed by scientists at Georgia Institute of Technology and is particularly designed to support deaf and hearing impaired. With the app, called Captioning on Glass has received speech is captured with a coupled to the smart glasses Google Android smartphone, which then with Google’s own voice recognition service revenues to text.

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The generated text by sending Google Glass carrier receives in real time to see the statements of his or her interlocutor. Subtitles In a released by Georgia Institute of Technology, the video software demonstrated. Also, the research team says even with conducting studies to improve the user experience. Busy

Google put Glass recently in the Play Store. Americans can the smart glasses, which still involves the Explorer Edition and not the final consumer version, buy in the online store. A Dutch or Belgian release does not seem to be. Coming

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