These glasses confuse facial recognition technology
If privacy is you number one concern, these glasses are for you.
A variety of companies and institutions are developing devices that trick facial recognition technology and let you walk around without the fear of having your face picked up by a camera.
The National Institute of Informatics in Japan is the latest player in the industry, with a pair of glasses that emit light and managed to trick 90% of smartphone cameras during tests.
According to the Wall Street Journal the glasses will hit the Japanese stores by June 2016 and sell for $240.
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