Entrepreneur Vahid Sahiholnasab has invented an innovative piece of corrective eyewear that isn't design to correct your vision, but rather works to improve posture -- specifically children's posture.
The increasing proliferation of smartphone use among young people has led to the development of a new spinal condition that has been dubbed 'tech neck' -- an ugly and dangerous hunched posture that is caused by people hunching over devices with their shoulders forward. The EyeForcer aims to correct this using next-level technology.
The EyeForcer detects when the user's posture deteriorates, and sends them a warning over the app or video that they're engaged in. If the wearer doesn't correct their posture after five warnings, the EyeForcer app shuts down whatever you're doing.
This corrective eyewear offering is truly an ingenious way to motivate children to maintain good posture so as to prevent spinal injuries in the future.
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The EyeForcer Corrective Eyewear Focuses On Children's Posture
- By: Rahul KalvapalleJan 28, 2016