Smart Sunglasses Read Emotion And Detect Trauma
Not quite x-ray glasses, but 2AI Labs have introduced glasses that claim to ‘amplif[y] one’s view of the emotions and health visible in the color and pallor of other people’s skin.’ The glasses, O2Amps, build on the eye’s natural ability to gauge emotions and health- red cheeks indicate embarrassment and yellow or green tint often signal an upset stomach.
The O2Amps, like their name suggests, amplifies what the wearer is able to read about those around him. While they could have many practical applications- like being able to see through someone’s ‘poker face’ in gambling, Changizi sees the greatest potential in medicine, helping make patient diagnosis easier for doctors.
- New Sunglasses Let You See Another’s Emotions…Really (forbes.com)
- Filtered glasses highlight blood vessels under the skin (wired.co.uk)
Posted on July 3, 2012, in blogging, Health, life, people, science, sharing, technology and tagged cool, doctors, health, help, human, Mark Changizi, Medicine, mental health, new sunglasses, news, patient diagnosis, red cheeks, tech. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.