Let’s face it. As we get older, are grasp on our memory fades. Whether it be because of an early on-set of Alzheimer’s or� just because we’re bored with seeing the same old thing everyday, we start to notice less than we did when we were younger.
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a pair of goggles which records everything you see, identifies objects, and creates a searchable video database of the troubles you’ve seen. The Cyber Goggles transmit a live video feed to your computer, and then analyzes the images with a ultrahigh-speed image recognition processing software, then creates the database after distinguishing objects. This could really come in handy for those who misplace their keys and gadgets all of the time. — Andrew Dobrow