Bose and Microsoft work together to develop sunglasses to provide urban road navigation for the blind.
By Penelope Jakoulov 2020-03-06 753 17
Microsoft has added Bose Frames to the list of devices supported by its Soundscape application. This program provides audio prompts to help visually impaired people roam in the city. This is a technology that Microsoft has been advancing for a decade. Although Microsoft does not provide comparisons, it seems that the application can provide more detailed hints on Bose Frames than any other device provided by the company.
The Bose Frames has a nine-axis head motion sensor that allows the application to pinpoint the exact direction of the user's face. Microsoft claims that people who have had the opportunity to use Bose Frames, which is supported by Soundscape, said they "clearly feel that they have a more detailed understanding of their surroundings".
Of course, if you want to use Microsoft's Soundscape, you don't have to buy a pair of Bose sunglasses. Microsoft launched the relevant mobile App as early as 2018. However, the combination of Soundscape and Bose Frames also makes us see the convenience that smart glasses devices can provide in the future.
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