Biel Glasses: AI Powered Smart Glasses That Detect Obstacles For People With Low Vision

Biel Glasses: AI Powered Smart Glasses That Detect Obstacles For People With Low Vision

Biel Glasses makes smart glasses that can detect challenges in a persons environment and alert them so they can navigate more easily without bumping into obstacles. They do this by utilizing blended reality, 3d Vision, and artificial intelligence algorithms that recognize barriers in the form of overlay text and graphics over the real time feed being recorded by the glasses.

When Biel, Jaume Ping and Constanza Luceros child, was a young child, he used to tip over a lot and had difficulty navigating environments. Right after being detected with low vision, the moms and dads established Biel Glasses– a company that makes clever glasses to enhance movement and personal autonomy for their child and others with low vision.

How Do Biel Glasses Work?

In the current state, these glasses appear like a virtual reality headset with the following modules

Capture: Captures the users visual feed

Next action for Biel Glasses is to make these smart glasses less bulky.

Biel Glasses is just now starting the commercialization process with aid from the Catalan federal government and if all works out, can potentially introduce the glasses to the marketplace by summertime of this year.

Display: Displays barriers and other elements to the user through different graphic signals.

Processing: This module analyzes the information caught and returns signals to the screen module.

Enjoy the videos listed below to get more information about Biel Glasses.

Source: Interesting Engineering

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