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China’s Baidu makes its own Google Glass “independently”


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Chinese search engine giant Baidu was jealous of Google’s interactive glasses, so they decided to create their own.

With completely original, independently developed technology, of course.

Google Glass is certainly a very interesting product, which is already in the last straight to before going on sale.

Not everyone, however, intend to passively watch this project. Baidu, the Chinese search engine giant, decided to create their own interactive glasses.

As reported by Reuters, Baidu, the giant behind China’s largest search engine, developed interactive prototype glasses similar to Google Glass.

The project, called “Baidu Eye,” is being tested by the company, but they do not know whether it will ever be commercialised. It is not known yet whether it will ever go on sale, though we are experimenting with various technologies for search, a Baidu spokesman said.

So what features would the glasses of “Baidu Eye” have?

Glasses would have a small LCD display, allowing the user to include a search for information.

According to Reuters, a key feature of “Baidu Eye” could be the ability to search and match images taken with the glasses camera.

Source: Komputer Swait – Baidu stworzy konkurencję dla Google Glass?
 

 

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About Piotr Chodak

CEO CHINY to LUBIĘ - www.chinytolubie.pl Interested in: China and Far East, public relations, political marketing

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5 thoughts on “China’s Baidu makes its own Google Glass “independently”

  1. Reblogged this on CHINDIA ALERT: You'll be living in their world, very soon and commented:
    Chinese innovations are catching up, fast. There is also the next generation Internet in play already.

    Like

    Posted by keeper @ chindia-alert | April 7, 2013, 12:00 am
  2. Maybe if they could independently do something that Google isn’t already doing?

    Like

    Posted by shovonc | April 7, 2013, 2:59 pm

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