AI-powered wearable identifies text and people for the visually impaired

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Four years ago we covered the OrCam headset, a device that helps the visually impaired. The OrCam mounts onto any pair of glasses and can detect things in a wearers field of view. The wearer points at objects, text, or people they want to identify and the OrCam provides the information in audio form using bone conduction. Now, the company has introduced the OrCam MyEye 2.0 – a vast improvement on the original, ground-breaking device. The original device was the size of a smartphone and used a separate head unit and base unit, connected with a wire. The new version…

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