How to make a simple phone call with your eyes closed
Posted March 01, 2019 09:51:00 Thanks for all the comments!
The first step is to get an eyewear that can read your eye-level position.
If your glasses don’t have a built-in readout, use the Google Cardboard app to read from your phone’s camera or a camera on your phone.
If you don’t own an eyeglass that can do this, you can buy one here: http://goo.gl/qJ6jZB If you have a phone with a built in eyeglasses reader, try using one of these: http://www.pandora.com/android/apps/sdk-sdk/android-apps/camera-review-reviewer/android_sdk_camera_reviewer_android.html http://www.thesky.com.au/android/.
If your phone is a Windows phone, you will need to install the Google Assistant app.
If it doesn’t have it, use Google’s free Assistant to start a Google Voice chat with your phone using the “Ask Google” option.
Once the assistant has completed the call, you need to press the “OK” button.
If the call is successful, you should see the option to send the data to your computer.
If not, you may have to wait until your phone disconnects to connect to the internet.
If all went well, you’ll be able to send data via text message to your phone, and you should receive an SMS with the data sent.
This process may take a few minutes.
If, after you’ve connected your phone to the computer, the voice command prompt appears, type the following: “OK Google”, and then press the OK button to connect your phone and computer again.
You should see your Google account screen pop up, and your Google Assistant will begin to answer your questions.
You can also go to Settings > Accounts and sign in with your Google Account and you will be able connect your Google device to your Google Voice account and send data to it.