Google’s latest patent suggests the tech giant might be developing something to give Spectacles a run for their money.
Granted Tuesday, the patent describes “a hat and a camera system for the hat that can be used for an interactive session with a remote user.” Basically, it sounds like a cap with an embedded camera that lets the wearer take photos and videos, including live streams, and upload them to social networks via a mobile app.
The patent also describes a built-in speaker, which is “configured to create audio waves through the hat by bone conduction in the skull.” The hat also comes with a microphone for users to record audio. Read more…
One of the major draws to Apple’s latest smartphones is the dual cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus, which LG Innotek is the exclusive module supplier.
Researchers from Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station have developed a two-lensed camera that sticks to the backs of filter-feeding whales with suction cups. The new device has been used to capture unprecedented footage of whales in action, and it’s offering new insights into the feeding and swimming behaviors of these aquatic beasts.
The Apple smart speakers are said to have cameras that recognize individual people.