I would, but I don't use an iThing. It's not available on Android.
All the best
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Gary
Robinson (Redacted sender "gary.r30" for DMARC)
Sent: 29 August 2019 23:46
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Orcam and Bose Frames, a powerful combination
If you haven't already done so try the frames with Soundscape. You get a
lot of information but because of the stereo soundstage the information
appears to come from the location of the road or shop and is very natural
and doesn't overload you as you walk along.
On 29/08/2019 16:01, Steve Nutt wrote:
I just want to report that I went out this afternoon and bought some Bose
Frames. I also have Orcam, which comes with what looks like a cable tie,
but it's a magnetic mount for Orcam that you can put on any glasses. We put
the mount on Bose Frames, and it's really quite compelling. Your phone's
Bluetooth audio through the Frames, and Orcam through its own little ear
It's really quite exciting.
I realise of course, that Orcam is very expensive, but it is tiny and fits
on any glasses, so you now have all the apps on your phone, coming through
the Frames, and the ability to OCR as well.
I'm looking forward to taking this combo out for a spin.
Note, if you have Orcam, you have to cut one of the ties off the mount,
because if you keep the double tie on, it covers the battery charging
magnet, but it does work.
All the best
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