As demonstrated at Japan's CEATEC consumer electronics show, the Intelligent Glasses translate Japanese, Korean, Chinese and English in real time. Once a swath of text is placed in front of the glasses, the character recognition technology kicks into gear, resulting in a projected image of translated text which is layered over the original foreign text. Translation processing time currently clocks in at over five seconds for the prototype.
Intelligent Glasses can also manipulate virtual images in the wearer's field of vision on a blank, flat surface. Using a ring that tracks hand movements back to the glasses, the wearer can interact with the projected image, which turns a surface into a touchscreen, allowing them to "touch" tags only they can see.
And like a CIA agent, Intelligent Glasses's facial recognition feature can summon the personal details of someone in viewing range of the glasses. The information, which could include their name, job