Hacker Re-Engineers Google Glass With Unofficial Facial Recognition Ability

Hacker Re-Engineers Google Glass With Unofficial Facial Recognition Ability
technology

Stephen Balaban built an alternative operating system that runs on Google Glass but isn’t authorized by Google.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 july 2013

San Francisco-based developer Stephen Balaban has re-engineered his Google Glass with an alternative operating system that isn’t authorized by Google. This makes it possible for the wearer to use Glass for facial recognition.

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