MyMe, the most advanced wearable AI-driven vision developed by OrCam Technologies Ltd expects to ship in March.
OrCam launched a crowdfunding Kickstarter campaign for MyMe Wednesday “to build a community around”, according to company statements.
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The device, the size of a USB, includes a camera and syncs with your phone or smartwatch instantly recognizes faces and tells you in real time who is in front of you.
By using the machine vision algorithms you can tag and organize people in circles such as Family, Friends, and Work.
The device can also read texts, and in a networking situation automatically scans and syncs a business card or name tag, as many of us, in particular, have a hard time putting a face to a name.
OrCam launched a crowdfunding Kickstarter campaign for MyMe Wednesday “as a creative way to build a community around” the device, according to company statements.
The first pledges can buy the clip at a price of $199 while the retail price is $399. The estimated delivery date for the first batch of MyMe is March 2019.
“In the 21st century, we can encounter hundreds of new people daily and have thousands of online friends. MyMe acts as the ultimate AI personal assistant,” said OrCam co-founder Amnon Shashua.
OrCam was co-founded by Prof. Amnon Shashua and Ziv Aviram in 2010. The two are also the co-founders of autonomous driving company Mobileye which was acquired by Intel in August 2017 for $15 billion. OrCam has raised more than $130 million to date.