MyMe, its latest product, uses artificial intelligence to respond to audio and visual information in real-time. A clip on camera and Bluetooth earpiece create what the company calls an “augmented attention” experience, meant to enrich interactions.
The device is aware of all daily actions — including people we meet, conversation topics, visual surroundings, food we eat, and activities we participate in. Visual and audio processing functions serve as an extension to a wearers’ awareness. A built in fitness tracker will also be included.
More details will be available after MyMe is unveiled at CES next week.
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