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Google Translate option on Goggles will no longer give translations

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

As of December 1, 2011 the Google Translate option in Japan Goggles and China Goggles will no longer give translations. This is due to a decision by Goggle to completely shut off the free translation service to all third party applications on that date. You can read more about it at: http://code.google.com/apis/language/translate/overview.html Naturally, their decision [...]

How to get better results with the Goggles

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Sometimes you can recognize text easier with your Japan Goggles or China Goggles just by trying these simple tricks: Use the zoom in button When in live camera mode trying to read some small print text in Japanese or Chinese, getting your iPhone closer to the paper won’t help – the iPhone camera just can’t [...]

China Goggles available for download on App Store

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

01.12.2010 – After hearing many requests for a Chinese version of Japan Goggles we have delivered.┬áChina Goggles, the revolutionary Augmented Reality Chinese dictionary is finally available for download on App Store. We’re very interested what you think about it and we’re keeping our ears open to any comments or suggestions. Download now!

Japan Goggles vs. Lost in Japan

Friday, November 26th, 2010

Lost in Japan was the World’s First Japanese character reader for iPhone. It was launched in May 2010 and quickly became popular. However, this app was limited to one character only so. The main difference between Lost in Japan and Japan Goggles is the number of charcaters each app ca recognize. With Lost in Japan, [...]

Japan Goggles available for download on App Store

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

19.11.2010 – Japan Goggles, the ground-breaking augmented reality Japanese reader officially available on app store. The moment you’re all waiting for! For the first time in history, you can actually read Japanese using your iPhone. Japan Goggles can translate Japanese text live when you hold up the phone to the text. You can also take [...]

Lost in Japan launched at demo day, Aalto Venture Garage

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

18.03.2010 – Aalto University Entrepreneurship Society had recently created a new business incubator of Aalto University spin-offs called Venure Garage. LucSens has launched it’s revolutionary photo dictionary “Lost in Japan” with a live demo and presentation at Aalto Venture Garage, one of Finland’s premiere business incubators. The Demo Day was the graduation ceremony of the [...]