JINS MEME eye-tracking smart glasses let you see yourself
JINS MEME eye-tracking smart glasses let you see yourself
may 19, 2014

JINS MEME eye-tracking smart glasses let you see yourself

JINS, the tokyo-based eyewear specialist, has introduced ‘MEME’, a pair of smart glasses capable of measuring feelings, health conditions, and other body-related information. designed by satoshi wada of SWdesign without the use of any cameras, it gathers personal data via special sensors and ‘electro oculogram’ technology built into the frame. the tracking system can accurately detect if you are looking up, down or if you are blinking, translating the eye movements into specific information about ones physical condition such as fatigue or stress.



all images and video courtesy of JINS



using six axis motion tracking sensors built into the frame, the glasses calculate different body movements, posture and balance throughout the day. whenever one begins to feel tired, JINS MEME will notify the user when to take a break. when paired with the smartphone app using bluetooth 4.0, all information, including real-time statistics, can be easily visualized.

j!ns meme eye tracking smart glasses let you see yourself
a six axis motion tracking sensor is built into the frame of the glasses

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