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Google glass face recognition app
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21 Jun - 2 min - Uploaded by 株式会社 マイクロネットテクノ Face and object recognition demo using Google glass. 25 Apr - 52 sec - Uploaded by 3DiVi Company Meet Face Recognition Development Kit for Android Augmented Reality AR Glasses. Perfect. 3 Jun Google will not allow apps that implement facial recognition on its Google Glass product, the company says, citing privacy concerns, after an.
3 Oct After a company called FacialNetwork showcased its own facial recognition app for Glass last year, Google clarified that the app violated its. Including Face Recognition is easy. Including Facial Recognition & Detection for your Google Glass or Android application is as easy as. 18 Sep News item from Glass Almanac: “FacialNetwork, makers of the controversial facial recognition app NameTag, say they've received a cease and.
10 Sep 10, /PRNewswire/ -- FacialNetwork Releases New Demo Of Facial Recognition App NameTag On Google Glass, Receives Cease. 18 Dec Google Glass use cases are many, but one that inevitably comes to mind is facial recognition. Google already does a lot with reverse image. 19 Sep Last week the Downtown Las Vegas-based FacialNetwork released the second demo video of their NameTag Google Glass Beta App via. 18 Dec VideoSince Google Glass first appeared, its potential for facial recognition has been seen either as a privacy nightmare or as one of the. 3 Oct Google's ban on Glass facial recognition gets sidestepped by the police. Another group has created a facial recognition API that other app.
5 Feb Video Google said years ago that facial recognition (of strangers) is the one technology it's holding back because it's creepy. It has told. 7 Feb Could Google Glass find your dream date? First facial recognition app launches to match up potential couples (and it can even check the sex. SocioGlass: social interaction assistance with face recognition on google glass Mukawa and; Cheston Tan. Scientific Phone Apps and Mobile Devices 28 May The controversial Google Glass computer could soon recognise who you are talking to thanks to a new 'hack'.