Google Goggles Demoed on Xperia X10
By on December 29th, 2009

Google Goggles, the latest innovative search has already created a buzz, with its unique way of searching the web based on photos. Google Goggles was recently demoed on Xperia X10, the much awaited Android based phone which will be released next month.

The user in the video was able to capture the barcode of a Toblerone chocolate pack and submit it to Google, to get accurate search results. He also took  a picture of the chocolate wrapper, and this time too, Google Goggles came up with accurate results.

Overall, the technology in itself is very superior, and it is definitely worth downloading if you are using a Android Phone. By the way, the Xperia X10 looks pretty good too and has a really awesome camera. Watch the video after the jump.

Google Goggles is available for downloads in the Android market.

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