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Testing smart glasses with three-point sensors

Testing smart glasses with three-point sensors

BERLIN: What transpires when a company that makes antediluvian spectacles endeavors smart glasses? You get something like Meme, from Japanese glasses maker JINS. So while there are no cameras or infrared sensors, Meme is able to monitor blinks and ocular perceiver kineticism in eight directions.

How? Three-point electroocculography sensors, residing inside the two nosepads and one on the bridge of your bespectacled nasal perceiver.

We additionally tested out a surprisingly excruciating art demo that utilized our ocular perceiver kineticism and blinks to engender a musical light show.

There’s additionally a three-axis gyroscope and three-axis accelerometer to track head kineticism. This sanctions the glasses to… somehow. Auspicious that they’re comfortable enough for that.