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Google Goggles

(1) See Google Glass and Google Cardboard.

(2) A visual search application for Androids and iPhones from Google that identified objects by taking their pictures. Artwork and books were matched by their images, while stores, buildings and landmarks were identified by their image combined with the GPS and compass coordinates captured by the phone. In 2018, Goggles was discontinued with users encouraged to migrate to Google Lens or Google Photos. See Google Lens and Google Photos.
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