- Google patents “unnatural movement” Project Glass theft detection system
Google patents “unnatural movement” Project Glass theft detection system
18 July 2012 07:13
Google is probably working on all sorts of new technologies to make its upcoming wearable computing system, Google Glass, work in real life. A recently granted patent, filed back in late summer 2011, gives us a glimpse at one possible feature of the device. The patent covers a system for “unnatural movement” theft detection. It [...]
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