Scientists Create Augmented Reality Glasses for College Professors. From USNews.com
Google recently made headlines with the announcement of Google Glass, augmented reality glasses that allow users to take photos, get directions and even share what they are seeing with their friends in real time. Scientists at la Universidad Carlos II of Madrid have put a new spin on Google's product, creating augmented reality glasses designed specifically for professors.
Dubbed "intelligent glasses," this product is designed to assist professors who are teaching large lecture classes. By wearing the glasses, educators will be able to see how well their students understand the concept being discussed. Students select a symbol for how well they understand the topic through their cell phones, and by wearing the glasses, professors can see the symbols students chose above them.