The app which they claim is powered by a NASA algorithm, analyzes your body and detects relaxation, distraction and focus. With that data it knows when to darken the lenses and when not to.
They also said that the glasses were specifically “designed for easy in-home use by children and adults.”
They said it can also be used to get “immediate and instantaneous feedback on attention” during maybe reading.
Narbis smart glasses do offer a disclaimer that makes it clear that the smart glasses is in no way a medical device and that you should see your doctor before simultaneously using the glasses and prescription medication.
The Narbis smart glasses are already up for pre-orders and a pair comes at a price tag of about $690.This is a very good device for the teens of this generation to use when reading or studying.
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