The Google Vision concept is a cell phone sized devise with a roll-up flexible screen. The device would have image recognition and a GPS so you could figure out where you are by letting the device look around.
"The only "downside" is that physical objects would need to be indexed somehow. The best way to do this would be via a Wiki somehow -- it would require volunteers with digital cameras taking pictures and feeding them to the image recognition database, along with GPS coordinates -- a kind of Wikipedia for images." - Personal Tech Pipeline
GPS Gadget with Flexible Screen
1. Flexible Screens - Opportunity for companies to innovate with roll-up screens for portable electronic devices.
2. Image Recognition - Companies can improve image recognition technology and integrate it into various devices and applications.
3. Collaborative Image Database - Companies can look into creating a Wikipedia-like platform for images where users can contribute and tag images to improve the image recognition database and GPS technology.
1. Consumer Electronics - Tech companies can create products with flexible screens and integrated image recognition technology for improved user experience.
2. Navigation and GPS - Companies can improve GPS technology for better location-based services and integrate with image recognition technology for a more interactive experience.
3. Crowd-sourced Platforms - Innovative companies can create collaborative image databases, like Wikipedia, to crowdsource and improve image recognition technology and improve GPS accuracy.