Google Glass Augmented Reality Glasses Translation
A Google Glass successor was teased at the company’s I/O 2022 event earlier this week, and it takes augmented reality to the next level. Google Maps Immersive View would be perfect for these glasses, creating a new frontier of computing, according to Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai. Even more impressive is the real-time language translation feature, which allows users to spend time focusing on what matters in the real world and our lives.

Translating languages is not the hard part, but rather accurately decoding the grammar. Unfortunately, Google does not mention if these AR glasses are able to translate multiple languages simultaneously should they be mixed mid-sentence. The translations are transcribed in real-time directly on the lenses in front of the person wearing the glasses. There’s no word yet on pricing or availability.

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