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The Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria smart glasses have sensors to capture video and audio
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The Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria smart glasses have sensors to capture video and audio

The Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria smart glasses will help to make your life a little easier. They include sensors that can capture your video and audio, along with location and eye tracking. With this information, these smart glasses can locate things such as lost keys and much more. With the research and data collected, they can help you turn your world into a more digital one. For example, call a friend and chat with their lifelike avatar across the table. Or detect road hazards when you’re walking to work. With the data learned, the Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria may even be able to help you hear more clearly in a noisy environment. Finally, this smart gadget will also keep track of street names and update in real time.

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These smart glasses will keep track of changes to street names and more.
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