At CES 2017 Lenovo has showcase new technology,A glass Product C200 which has two hottest features:Augmented reality (AR) and Artificial intelligence (AI).
This new glass has capacity to provide user to perform their jobs,access information faster,connect with their coworker faster and much more.
Lenovo new glass C200 is smart glass system which recognize and identifies real life objects using AI technology.
The field of AI research defines itself as the study of “Intelligent agent”: any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal.
The term “artificial intelligence” is applied when a machine mimics “cognitive” functions that humans associate with other human minds, such as “learning” and “problem solving”.
This product has two main parts,one has glass unit and second has pocket unit.The glass unit is under 60grms,and is runs on linux system.It only uses one eye, enhancing a user’s perception of “mixed reality” while viewing the AR world simultaneous to the real world.
How It Works?
User have to download new glass application in to their smart phone and after download user have to connect pocket to smart glass.The Lenovo New Glass C200 system runs with more processing power, and offers enhanced CPU performance and an LTE connection to the smart glass.
There are accessories in the box available for you to place the Pocket Unit on your belt or in your pocket. The New Glass C200 allows you to gather information in your field of view, provide step-by-step directions and instructions for repair, identify disabled equipment and trouble shoot issues with a remote colleague all while your hands are free.
Lenovo New Glass C200 recognizes about 20 kinds of objects, such as building schematics within a real-life image and uses AI recognition software, named Lenovo NBD Martin, to identify the image it is viewing and label it using bounding boxes and annotations.It has Lenovo NBD Martin to perceive a scene or object through “computer vision,” then act as an AI assistant to help identify what the image actually is in real-time. It analyzes data coming from the smart glass camera, sensors and user habit history and combines that insight with user interaction such as voice commands, gestures and pressed buttons to act as an AI assistant, providing commercial users with access to information and tools needed to complete their job.
As part of the comprehensive smart solution, Lenovo is also unveiling a software platform Lenovo NBD Titan as shown in above picture, which lets users at all level of developer skills create and edit AR content quickly. This solution brings AR to every user with visual editing software that can operate on a multitude of devices and platforms. Users can immerse themselves in an AR world with AR Content Builder and Space Visitor, which allows users to manipulate and edit items in an AR scene seamlessly. For example, this will make home improvement and interior design easier, offering an AR space to experiment with interesting architectures and designs—all without requiring coding or developer skills.Source