New smart glasses have been created by Narbis capable of tracking brain patterns and providing feedback through the darkening and clearing of the glasses to help reduce distraction, practice attention and offer improved confidence. The smart glasses have been designed to be worn two or three times a week for 30 minutes while reading, working on a computer or doing homework. Narbis provides instant feedback to recognise when you are distracted, giving you the cue to get back on task. The smart glasses help identify these behaviours which encourages you to shift into a relaxed and attentive state.
“Narbis uses Neurofeedback, which measures brain activity. Sensors in the Narbis glasses and a NASA patented algorithm track how relaxed, distracted, and focused you are. When you are distracted, the glasses comfortably darken. When you are relaxed and concentrating, the glasses instantly clear. The included tablet and app shows your performance and tracks your progress.”
The Narbis smart glasses are now available to preorder from $590 and will start shipping on December 1st, 2019. For more information on the brain tracking technology incorporated into the smart glasses jump over to the Narbis website via the link below.