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Hacky Meta Glasses GPT4 Vision Integration

Meta Glasses, formerly known as Meta Rayban Smart Glasses, have gained popularity for their augmented reality capabilities. These smart glasses allow users to interact with virtual objects and information in their real-world environment. However, one limitation of the Meta Glasses is the lack of integrated image recognition capabilities. In this blog post, we will explore a hacky way to integrate GPT4 Vision, an image recognition model developed by OpenAI, into the Meta Glasses using voice commands.

Requirements

Before we dive into the integration process, let’s take a look at the requirements:

  1. Meta Rayban Smart Glasses
  2. OpenAI API Key
  3. Alternative Facebook/Messenger account
  4. Bun (a package manager for JavaScript)

To get started, make sure you have the Meta Glasses, an API key from OpenAI, and an alternative Facebook or Messenger account. Additionally, install Bun, which will help us manage the dependencies for this integration.

Integration Steps

Now that we have all the requirements in place, let’s proceed with the integration process:

  1. Create a .env file and add your OpenAI API key. This file will store sensitive information, so make sure to keep it secure.
  2. Run the command “bun install” to install the necessary dependencies for the integration.
  3. Once the installation is complete, run “bun run dev” to start the server. The server should be up and running on PORT 3103.
  4. Before proceeding further, it’s essential to understand that bookmarklets are a hacky way to execute arbitrary JavaScript in your browser. Make sure to review the code before executing it.
  5. Login to messenger.com using your alternative Messenger or Facebook account. Ensure that you are friends with the main account that is logged into your Meta View app.
  6. Copy and paste the code from bookmarklet.js and create a new bookmark in your browser. Use the code as the URL for the bookmark. Alternatively, you can import it as a bookmark.
  7. Click on the newly created bookmark. If successful, a dialog should appear with the message “Added Messenger Chat Observer.”
  8. Within the Meta View app, make sure that the messenger connection is connected to the appropriate main account.
  9. Now, you can use voice commands to interact with the Meta Glasses and GPT4 Vision. For example, say “Hey Meta, send a photo to [name of alternative account].” The Meta Glasses will respond with “Send a photo to [name of alternative account].” Confirm by saying “Yes.”
  10. The server will receive the new photo and send it to GPT4 Vision for image recognition. You should see the logs displaying the results.

And there you have it! With this hacky integration, you can now leverage the power of GPT4 Vision with your Meta Glasses. While this solution may not be perfect, it offers a workaround until an official SDK is provided by Meta Reality Labs for seamless integration.

If you encounter any issues or have feature requests, feel free to reach out to Devon Crebbin, the developer behind this integration. Devon is actively seeking feedback to improve the integration and make it more robust.

In conclusion, the hacky Meta Glasses GPT4 Vision integration opens up new possibilities for users of Meta Glasses. By combining the augmented reality capabilities of the glasses with the image recognition capabilities of GPT4 Vision, users can enhance their real-world experiences and interact with virtual objects in a more intuitive and immersive way. While this integration may not be officially supported, it showcases the creativity and ingenuity of developers in finding innovative solutions to overcome limitations. As the Meta Reality Labs team continues to evolve their technology, we can look forward to future SDKs that will make these types of integrations more accessible and production-ready.

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