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Smart glasses, remote agents empower the visually impaired to navigate their world

Although Google Glass never really became a hit with consumers, it has found a purpose in adaptive technology for the blind. When connected through an app to an agent in a different part of the country who can "see" for him through the smart glasses, Paul
Jill Toyoshiba and Eric Adler The Kansas City Star