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Title: Understanding the identity of a covid-19 suspect or victim through the use of Google glass
Authors: Suhail Razeeth, M. S.
Kariapper, R. K. A. R.
Pirpuraj, P.
Nafrees, A. C. M.
Rizan, M. Z. M.
Keywords: Google Glass
IR Thermal Sensor
Issue Date: 24-Aug-2022
Publisher: Faculty of Technology, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
Citation: 2nd International Conference -2022(ICST2022) Proceedings on” Building Sustainable Future Through Technological Transformation “24th August 2022. Faculty of Technology, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka. pp. 24-33.
Abstract: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a coronavirus-borne ailment that has just been discovered. In most cases, the infection will cause mild to moderate breathing difficulties. As time goes on, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to get stronger. A wide range of disciplines must therefore provide reliable solutions to the problem of risk mitigation. A useful technology is gaining worldwide acceptance because of the rapid growth of Google Glass. An AR-enabled Google Glass is envisioned in this idea, which details the overall design of the device and key components. It was investigated whether a sensor might be used to monitor a person's temperature from afar. Google Glass receives the temperature reading from the sensor. The GPS coordinates of the wearer will be sent to the cloud if the measured value is higher than the national average. There have been a lot of past studies done with Google Glass and other smart glasses for a range of different applications. We think that if the idea is used in realtime, the death rate can be significantly reduced while maintaining social distance, and many infected patients can be found
ISBN: 978-624-5736-40-9
Appears in Collections:2nd International Conference on Science and Technology

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