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Apart from helping visually impaired people, we are also developing smart glasses and wearables with AI computer vision, which can be used in different aspects such as security, monitoring, leisure, and education.

In terms of engineering applications, AI computer vision can automatically detect and analyze objects and the environment in front of users. Relevant results will then be shown on the screen. This concept can also be applied in the construction sector, where AI can automatically detect and analyze whether workers in the front are wearing safety helmets and protective gear, ensuring industrial safety. Additionally, live-streaming between front-end workers and back-end instructors is available to facilitate remote collaborations.

For monitoring, our smart glasses can provide care for the elderly. Many elderly people develop eye diseases and have relatively weak eyesight, yet they still have a strong desire to engage in hobbies and leisure activities during retirement. Smart glasses with AI technology can analyze the objects and environment in front of users, making it easier for them to recognize obstacles when traveling on the street or find desired items while shopping. Furthermore, the live streaming function can help caretakers remotely and conveniently monitor the situation of the elderly.

In terms of leisure and education, we can organize alternative sightseeing activities where docents wear our smart glasses to travel around museums, parks, and historical sites, among others. With the live streaming function, students and the elderly can enjoy the fun of distant sightseeing, broadening their horizons and providing a new means of amusement.

We will continue to refine and emphasize our strength in artificial intelligence and computer vision to ensure the success and effectiveness of these smart glasses.

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