The glasses’ sensors work on a NASA algorithm that tracks relaxation, distraction, and focus.
The American company Narbis has created smart glasses that help to better focus on study or work.
The glasses have built-in sensors that are behind the ears and on the head; they measure the level of concentration of a person, Free News reports with reference to Engadget.
The sensors work on a NASA algorithm that tracks relaxation, distraction, and focus.
When a person is distracted, the lenses will become darker, and when he is focused on work – it will be illuminated.
The developers offer to use glasses for children and adults no more than 30 minutes two or three times a week. You can read and write with glasses.
The company also offers to consult first a doctor before using glasses.