The device, known as X-AR, is designed to help people locate specific items in small environments.
A team of researchers from MIT has developed a new headset that can provide users with “x-ray vision” by using a combination of sensors and AI technology. The headset has the potential to revolutionize a range of industries, from medicine to construction.
The headset, which looks like a pair of glasses, uses a combination of sensors to detect objects in the environment, including walls and furniture. The sensors then feed data to an AI algorithm that is able to reconstruct a 3D model of the environment in real-time. The result is a visual display that allows users to see through walls and other objects, providing them with a unique perspective on their surroundings.
According to the lead author of the study, Alexei Efros, the technology has the potential to be used in a range of applications, including in the medical field. “We think this technology could be used to help doctors see inside the body without the need for invasive procedures,” he said.Continue reading… “MIT researchers create X-ray vision headset”