Can smart glasses train your brain to be more fit?

February 23, 2024, Kitchener, Ontario

Posted by: Robert Deutschmann, Personal Injury Lawyer

It appears so.

This week, Waterloo-based startup, Adhawk Microsystems, introduced MindLink Air, a revolutionary brain fitness tracker in the form of smart glasses.

Weighing under 40 grams, these camera-free glasses employ a concealed sensor to scan light across the eyes, measuring blink frequency, speed, and pupil dilation. The real-time data offers insights into mental fatigue, eye strain, and focus levels, slowing myopia and enabling proactive adjustments.

Beyond personal wellness, MindLink Air holds promise for medical research, especially in tracking cognitive decline among the elderly. Adhawk plans to adapt the technology for children and aims to reach the public with a $300 starting price through a Kickstarter campaign.

You can read more about this new device in the CTV News article here and you can read about MidLink Air here.

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