inSight Glass APP

inSight Google Glass APP – recognizes people by their clothes

Google Glass has yet to even land as the “Explorer Edition” for developers, but devs are already fast at work on innovative applications for Google’s head-mounted computing platform. With Google I/O right around the corner, we have been seeing more and more concepts for potential Glass apps popping up– including this one from Google and another designed by JetBlue. We’ve seen concepts for apps such as GPS and navigation, photo and video, and weather and alerts, but today NewScientist (via Engadget) pointed us to a new app called “InSight” being developed to allow Glass users to easily detect friends and co-workers by learning and identifying the patterns and colors of clothing they wear.

Imagine a near future where humans are carrying smartphones and wearing camera-embedded glasses, such as the Google Glass. This paper intends to recognize a human by looking at him or her from any angle, even when her face is not visible.

A group at Duke University is developing inSight, and it focuses on allowing Google Glass users to recognize humans without using traditional face recognition technology. It would also allow users to spot people they are looking for in a busy crowd, even if their back is turned. The paper described Google Glass users being able to see a nametag for each person in a room, or, when names are not suitable, users could share a tweet such as “looking to share a cab.”

What people are saying about a possible inSight Glass APP :

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#ifihadglass I’d develop an application that allows physicians to access and append medical record and physician order data at the point-of-care to ensure compliance with evidence-based medicine, reduce medical errors, improve productivity, and manage populations across different care settings. This actionable insight will revolutionize care delivery and patient experience.

INSIGHT from OFFSITE | International Diagnostic Solutions

#ifihadglass We consult schools & families internationally on strategies to help children with special needs. “INSIGHT from OFFSITE’s” application of the device would be groundbreaking. Observing children in classrooms across the globe would make IDS recommendations much more individualistic and targeted. Google Glasses would allow for observing student’s behavior unfiltered: http://goo.gl/GaxyN

Google Glass Beta Application #ifihadglass

#ifihadglass I would give them to my engineer Olivier Griguer, who became paralyzed below the shoulders in a cycling accident last year. Google would gain incredible usability insight from a very sharp and creative techie, while enabling him to reconnect with the world, reengage in mental stimulation, and redefine himself. +Project Glass

#ifihadglass  I would help products become better products by creating embedded software that will harvest...

#ifihadglass I would help products become better products by creating embedded software that will harvest interaction data. Insights will answer questions like: How are users engaging with application features? Empowering pioneers is one way to shape the future of Glass.

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#ifihadglass to arrange learning experiences: between individuals, small group leadership, and interactive sports from player perspectives.As a learning tool, Glass offers coaches a viable means to improve technique and understand fine points of strategy in real time revisits, in real time POV.In simple terms, Glass may present, in real time, the focus of recorded individuals; that, in review, can provide insights as diverse as the application of techniques to handling threat situations. For instance, in shooting pool, the use of English on the cue can set a single shot into position for a winning series of shots.There are so many applications of Glass as a tool, rather than means to create interesting videos. Given access to Glass, some of these will be explored.

Collaborative Sensemaking: One post, comment, insight at a time +David Amerland : In The Cogs of the...

Collaborative Sensemaking: One post, comment, insight at a time+David Amerland :In The Cogs of the G+ Machinehttps://plus.google.com/u/0/115620878851836664537/posts/59i4VYRqmEBGood morning G+. Each day, so many of us spend time and energy here, sensing that in the free flow of information and idea sharing something profound is happening but unable to quite pinpoint what. …Expand this post »

AnayAdiGlass.MP4

#ifihadglass I’d develop an application that allows physicians to access and append medical record and physician order data at the point-of-care to ensure compliance with evidence-based medicine, reduce medical errors, improve productivity, and manage populations across different care settings. This actionable insight will revolutionize care delivery and patient experience.

#ifihadglass I would help products become better products by creating embedded software that will harvest…

#ifihadglass I would help products become better products by creating embedded software that will harvest interaction data. Insights will answer questions like: How are users engaging with application features? Empowering pioneers is one way to shape the future of Glass.

AnayAdiGlass.MP4

#ifihadglass I’d develop an application that allows physicians to access and append medical record and physician order data at the point-of-care to ensure compliance with evidence-based medicine, reduce medical errors, improve productivity, and manage populations across different care settings. This actionable insight will revolutionize care delivery and patient experience.