Here we will discuss some crazy google patents which become reality in upcoming years. There is a list of 10 patents by Google so let’s start.
1. Teddy Bear
This is not a normal soft toy This comes with speakers, cameras, and microphones so it can listen to your conversations and watch your movements. Presumably, this would be used to watch little kids from afar as a parent, but Google hasn’t discussed the intention behind the patent filed in 2012.
2. Comic Strip Chating
This is an AI-based system in which The patent outlines software would let you insert plain text or upload conversations and have them get transformed into comic strips, with the purpose of these strips getting shared on social networking websites like Facebook.
3. Solar Powered Contact Lens
The solar-powered contact lenses would collect health data like glucose levels and internal body temperature. The lenses could even come with special capabilities like the ability to read information in barcodes. The patent was filed in 2012.
4. AR Glasses
This patent is mostly Google lens The patent outlines as a system where glasses could project a keyboard onto the wearer’s hand. A camera attached to the glasses would detect the keys pressed by the user. But it’s worth noting Google has backed mysterious, augmented reality firm Magic Leap, so any patents relating to AR could be fairly obsolete if all goes well on that front.
5. SmartWatch Blood Monitoring
Like the solar-powered contact lenses, the smartwatch could provide diabetics with a better way to monitor their glucose levels.
When going to draw blood, the watch would send a surge of gas into a chamber that has a microparticle that would then puncture the skin, draw blood, and suck it into a barrel for testing. This patent was filed in 2014.
6. Bathroom Health Monitoring
The patent begins by setting up the environment for the futuristic, lifesaving bathroom that includes a pressure and electrical-sensing mat, color-sensing mirror and an ultrasonic bathtub.
7. Bionic Vision
Google filed a patent in 2014 for a device that could correct vision without needing to use contacts or glasses every day. The person would have to undergo a surgical procedure that would allow a doctor to insert an “intra-ocular device” into the lens capsule for it to work though.
8. Smart Tatto
The patent describes a tattoo would embed a microphone and lie detector into your neck! The tattoo could pair with your phone wirelessly, allowing you to talk without putting the phone to your mouth. A more creepy use case outlined in the patent is having it detect skin resistance in users to tell if they’re lying.
9. Body Spray
The patent filed in 2012 outlines a portable fan that would attach to your body and spray fragrance when it detects you’re exerting yourself to cover up body odor.
Better yet, it will make sure no one you know is aware of your body odor by connecting to your contacts to see where your friends are. It will then provide routes to take if you’re fairly smelly on the streets, say after the gym, that will avoid any run-ins with people you know.
10. Glue for Cars
In this patent, Google explains that an “adhesive layer” would be placed on the hood, front bumper and front side panels of a car. A thin coating would protect it until an impact occurred. Google patent shows how a self-driving car could protect pedestrians with a glue-like coating.