Google Teases AI Good Glasses With A HUD At I/O 2024

Google confirmed a quick demo of AI sensible glasses with a HUD I/O 2024.

The pre-recorded demo was proven as a part of Google’s announcement of Challenge Astra, an in-development actual time natively multimodal AI assistant that may bear in mind and motive about every little thing it sees and hears, versus present multimodal AI programs which seize a picture on-demand when requested about what they see. Google says Astra works by “repeatedly encoding video frames, combining the video and speech enter right into a timeline of occasions, and caching this info for environment friendly recall”.

The Challenge Astra demo video begins on a smartphone, however midway by way of the consumer picks up and places on a thick pair of glasses.

The sensible glasses teaser section of Google I/O 2024.

These sensible glasses have been proven to have a hard and fast heads-up show (HUD) with a blue audio enter indicator displaying when the wearer is talking and white textual content displaying the AI’s response.

Google Deepmind CEO Demis Hassabis mentioned “new thrilling type elements like glasses” have been “straightforward to check” as an endpoint for Challenge Astra, however no particular product announcement was made, and a disclaimer studying “Prototype Proven’ appeared on the backside of the clip close to the tip.

What we did not see within the Google I/O 2024 keynote was any point out of Android XR, the spatial computing platform the corporate is engaged on for Samsung’s upcoming headset. Google could also be ready to let Samsung deal with the announcement later this yr.

Third Gen Smart Ray-Bans Reportedly Getting A HUD And Neural Wristband

The third generation Ray-Ban smartglasses set for 2025 will get a HUD and neural wristband, according to a Meta roadmap leaked to The Verge.

Meta is reportedly planning to deliver a HUD to the subsequent technology of Ray-Ban Meta sensible glasses in 2025. Will Google compete with this immediately, or does it plan to supply Challenge Astra to third-party {hardware} makers as an alternative?

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