These $600 Smart Glasses for Helping People Focus Can Track Your Brain Waves and Will Darken the Lenses if They Sense You’re Not Concentrating
A Pennsylvania-based wellness technology company called Narbis announced a new pair of smart glasses this week that are meant to change the way kids focus.
The glasses are designed to encourage the wearer to concentrate — Narbis envisions them being used in a situation like homework. According to the company, the glasses provide nuerofeedback, penalizing or rewarding the user based on their brain patterns, which is known as operant conditioning.
For example, the glasses will go dark when the person is distracted, and clear up when the wearer is concentrating. In other words, they can physically prevent the wearer from seeing distractions.
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