[BCAB] Android Google Goggles continuous mode gone?

M Lakhani muzz.lakhani at googlemail.com
Fri May 17 12:13:34 BST 2013

Hmm not sure! I'd be tempted to report it to the developers!
Meanwhile , try using a stand or a distance marker & take a snapshot for analysis!
I've used an arms length as a measure - putting the camera on my elbow, using my upper arm as a make shift support for the android. A right angled shape of the arm stretched fully, with a loosely made fist touches the bottom edge of the object! I use the other arm to take the snap! This more or less works but may not be ok for you depending on your arm length or dexterity !
Not perfect but worth a try with sensible adjustment & adaptations to the method!

Sent from my iPhone

On 17 May 2013, at 11:44, lsmithso at hare.demon.co.uk wrote:

> Hi:
> Android Google Goggles used to have a continuous mode that analysed
> whatever the camera pointed at without having to manually take a
> picture. This was great for finding text and bar codes when they
> couldn't be seen.
> I can no longer find this option on the latest 1.92 version.  Has it
> moved or disappeared?  The absence of this option makes Goggles near
> useless for the blind, which is a pity.
> -- 
> Les Smithson
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