Google’s latest effort to make its new wearable smartglasses more capable is to start with the kind of thing that’s been around for decades: the sensor that senses the vibrations that occur in your body.
That’s an idea that’s often been called the “vibrator sensor.”
But Google’s engineers have been working on a sensor capable of measuring vibrations with a much more powerful set of sensors.
The idea is to use sensors in the brain to sense changes in the body’s physical environment, to give a sense of how a person feels when their body is vibrating, or if they’re standing still.
The sensors Google’s team has developed are called the ehr system, and they’re being developed by the Google Brain project.
The ehr sensor is basically a tiny box about the size of a credit card, about the length of a smartphone.
Google Brain is a research and development effort, which means Google doesn’t necessarily have the money or talent to develop and produce the sensors.
But it’s hoping to bring them to market within a few years.
Google’s sensors have been around since the early 2000s, when a team at IBM started working on an approach to computing that would enable a machine to automatically learn from data from a variety of sources.
IBM has also made its Watson supercomputer, which uses artificial intelligence to analyze large data sets, and other projects that use artificial intelligence.
It’s not clear when the eHR sensor team at Google Brain will be ready to take their project to market.