See the museum you want to see
We all enter museums with different interests and needs. I'm leading development of InfoGlass, a computer vision-based digital gallery guide. Each user selects their preferred language, reading level, and text size, then cutting-edge computer vision algorithms identify objects within a gallery and present information appropriate to their selections. So, whether you’re a kid who speaks Spanish or an adult with trouble seeing, you get information in the way that’s best for you. The tool is currently in user testing, but our future plans include a large-scale rollout and different content paths depending on a user’s interests.