Make Video Calls Using Lightweight Glasses
Japanese technology company, NTT DOCOMO, shows this and other new research projects which introduce innovative takes on portable technology.
Three innovations for mobile devices were unveiled by Japan-based technology company NTT DOCOMO at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) 2012, an annual consumer electronics trade show.
A futuristic pair of glasses for making video phone calls use two ultra-wide-angle cameras mounted in the frames to record and then ‘synthesize’ the wearer’s face so that, to the other party, the image appears to have been taken from a normal front facing camera. Though still in the research stages, this technology could mean a seamless transition to video conferencing if using a glasses-type wearable display: