Smartphone-linked glasses can be used to navigate smartphone menus by looking side to side
Hitoshi Tanaka, president of eyewear maker Jin, shows off Jins Meme glasses, which can measure alertness by tracking eye movements through electrical sensors. Meme will be released in spring 2015, Tanaka told a press conference in Tokyo on Tuesday.
Jins Meme smartglasses have electrical sensors for eye movement that can measure users' levels of fatigue or interest. They can also be used as a gaze-tracking interface to navigate smartphone menus.
Women show off Jins Meme smartglasses Tuesday in Tokyo. The glasses have electrical sensors that can measure users' level of fatigue or interest. They can also be used as a gaze-tracking interface to navigate smartphone menus.
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