Project plan of intelligent glasses for the blind

According to the researchers, this pair of lightweight bionic glasses is no different from other glasses in appearance, but it has pinhole cameras on both sides of the frame, which can "see" people or objects in front. If there is an obstacle in front of you, the pinhole camera will send the information to a micro-computer the size of an iPhone for real-time processing, and it will be displayed on the LED board inside the lens to remind you with different combinations of flashing signals. A flashing light may mean that there is a person in front, while a solid block may mean that there are objects in front, such as stairs, etc. Although these flickering lights don't look impressive, they can give blind people enough independence again.

The headset can also transmit more complex information. For example, the pinhole camera can capture the digital information on the bus number or railway departure plate, and analyze it by the microcomputer; After processing, the information will be transmitted to the wearer's ear through the earpiece. By the same principle, it can be used to help blind people "see" train station ticketing information and bank ATM screens.

Generally speaking, the blind can only perceive the world by touching, knowing whether they are touching a table, a person or a flower. Now, through a new type of glasses, the blind can finally "see" the object, instead of only feeling where the object is and who is talking to him through touch. A British technology company has invented a kind of smart glasses for the blind. It has a small camera and headphones. The glasses recognize everything from the store door to the fridge - verbal commentary via a mobile app and headphones. Users can also use it to find store entrances and bus stops. In the future, they will even know which bus will come in advance through big data. What's more, people just need to point at the words and their glasses will read them out loud. Users with partial vision can also enlarge text to read. The smart glasses, developed by vision technologies, a British technology company, use cameras and artificial intelligence software technology (similar to Google glass) to enable blind people to "see" objects. What's more surprising is that the facial recognition software will tell users in time who the people standing in front of them are, what their names are, what their jobs are and when they last met. Users can also identify the camera when shooting, by saying someone's name, mark that person's face, add information, add contact list. Starting next year, the company will start testing 1000 people, including mobile phones, with an estimated monthly cost of between $50 and $75. Vision technologies is not the first company to "see" the world through cameras and headphones. Google has such an idea for a long time. Google has applied for a patent for a new type of intelligent contact lens, which is equipped with a micro camera on the surface and can shoot and distinguish objects to help blind or visually impaired people see again. Google's smart contact lenses can analyze image information and transmit the results to the brain, so as to help the blind and visually impaired understand their surroundings, distinguish colors and light, and recognize the movement of faces and objects. The new patent makes it possible to install multiple cameras on contact lenses, helping blind people to complete their daily life independently. This is similar to the function of smart phones to help blind people understand the road conditions and guide them to walk through voice prompts. Blind people wearing these lenses can take pictures by blinking their eyes through a media system. The glasses can wirelessly connect intelligent devices and transmit data, and rely on wired battery charging. At the same time, this contact lens can also measure temperature, air pressure and other factors. Google's smart contact lenses can alert the wearer of vision problems, so that the blind can also walk on the sidewalk or even cross the road. For people with vision problems, the system can also provide visual enhancement. The lens can be connected with the smart phone through wireless way to transmit data and give users auditory instructions. Google said the new system will also have face recognition capabilities, which may help blind people recognize faces.

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