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These Fatigue Glasses Hide Sensors Inside Wearable Designs

 - Jan 14, 2015
References: jins-jp & springwise
The latest fatigue glasses are designed not just to track how tired you are, but your posture as well. Following the Vigo customized performance-enhancing tools and Alert Band tiredness-tracking headbands, the stylish Jins Meme eyewear contains hidden sensors.

The wearable design is simple and classic. Inside there is 3-point electro-oculography sensor technology where one sensor is in the frame's base, one in the nose pads and one above the nose area. The battery fits inside the arms of the fatigue glasses. The smart spectacles come in three designs at present: the Wellington, Half Rim and Sunglass. It also syncs to an accompanying app so you can visualize the data the glasses collect.

The full Jins Meme range will be available commercially in the United States later in 2015.