According to foreign media slashgear, Thomas Panek had normal vision at birth, but his vision began to decline when he was young, until he was declared legally blind. He is an avid runner who has run with human guides and often with his guide dog. Panek says he likes both forms of running, but wants more independence. In the fall of 2019, < / P > < p > Panek said he was only looking forward to a conversation, but by the end of the day, the team had set up a rough demo that would allow the phone to identify the lines on the ground and provide audio cues when walking with blaze (his guide dog). < / P > < p > the team wanted to see if they could turn this crude demonstration into something more. For this concept, Panek will wear a mobile phone and bone conduction headset on her belt. The camera in the phone looks for physical guidance on the ground and sends an audio signal based on his location. < / P > < p > if he moves to the left of the line, the system will produce audio. In this case, the sound becomes louder in his left ear. If he moves to the right, the sound becomes louder in his right ear. After months of testing, Panek and the team are ready to test on the indoor oval track. After several adjustments, he said, he was able to run eight laps on his own on the track. He points out that he does have Google teammates around him, but this is the first time in decades that he has run a mile without guidance. The next step, he says, is to see if the technology works in outdoor parks, his favorite running spots. Running in the park will bring more challenges, including variables, weather, light conditions, and new data to train models. It took the team a few months to build a machine learning model on the device that could detect guidelines in different environments. The system functions as expected, allowing it to run without any form of guidance. In the future, he plans to use a temporary line drawn in New York City’s Central Park to run in the nyrr virtual gratitude run 5K. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia