Google has filed a new patent for the Glass, which will allow the head wearable to recognize the song then display the dance moves for it. The patent has been filed for a system which will help Glass to do it.
The patent says that the new system for the Glass will first recognize the music sample, and then will produce steps for the user on the HMD or Head Mounted Display in the wearable unit.
That means Google Glass will have an ability to determine what particular song is playing in the background before suggesting dance moves from a possible library of moves stored in its database, ‘Tech Times’ reported.
“The content identification module may provide information associated with a content of the media sample, such as identification of the song and the dance, to the wearable computing system,” the patent reads.
Google is probably preparing a database of steps for it, however, the company can also display other people dancing to that song. This will include the clips from the videos posted on the YouTube and video sharing websites.
However, the patent can also mean that the Google will be able to present information about anything that the user sees around. The new system from the Internet giant will not only be able to display the dance moves, but will also fetch the Wiki information about a particular object that the Glass sees. For example, Glass will be able to tell you more about a species of flower or an animal just by looking at it.