Wearable device is on going
Are you bored with just watching the static artworks and audio guidance in the museum? Starting today, you will be able to enjoy an “augmented tour” of the Keith Haring exhibition at the De Young Museum in San Francisco. When the visitor wearing Google Glass approaches the artwork which is placed one BLE beacon, you can watch the guidance video showing on Google Glass. Not only learning additional information but even watching how Keith Haring created art in the subway in NYC.
Image recognition + Beacon + Google Glass = Perfect Guided Tour
However, there is a few “glitches”. When there is a lot of people in a gallery it produces more interferences since beacons are also sensitive to the human body and any kind of solid material that can block the signal. Image recognition will be a great solution. Image recognition is an immense skill which can apply to multiple domains, including EC, APP search, art activity,etc. Viscovery successfully launched offline visual search of Google Glass this year , and the skill of visual search is the first related application of wearable devices in Taiwan. Image recognition can recognize graphic artworks effectively and show the guidance correctly by just a blink or audio order. Now Viscovery devotes to consult with partners to lunch a key application in Asia recently, and bring a perfect guided tour for visitors.
Visit the lastest exhibition: KEITH HARING