Jins Meme在鼻梁、耳朵等部分含有眼电图（EOG）传感器，通过测定眼球运动的电势、角膜与视网膜之间的电压转化为参数进行分析，这也是EOG技术首次应用于消费眼镜。该产品重约36g，载有三轴加速度传感器和陀螺仪，可统计行走数据和热量消耗情况。内部含有可充电锂电池，可续航8小时，头戴附件可增加一倍续航时间。Jins Meme通过与Windows、iOS、Andoid系统智能机联接，可以操纵智能机、并在用户疲劳时发出警报。
Many people know that they should takebreaks when they"re fatigued, but actually recognizing that worn-down state istricky; it"s all too easy to push past the breaking point. If JINS" upcomingMeme smart glasses live up to their billing, though, you"ll always know whenit"s time to relax. The Bluetooth wearable includes both eye and motion sensorsthat can tell when you"re close to nodding off. If it gets to that point, acompanion smartphone app will give you a heads-up. The eyewear is useful evenwhen you"re fully alert, as it can handle basic fitness duties like stepcounting and calorie tracking.
While the Meme glasses won"t ship untilspring 2015, JINS will offer a programming kit this fall so that third-partyapps can make use of its head tracking skills. Pricing also hasn"t been naileddown, but the company plans to release three styles (including the sunglassesyou see above) in its native Japan for somewhere between ￥70,000 to ￥100,000,or $685 to $979. There"s no word on a US launch, unfortunately, but we"rehoping they"ll be available for import they"d be perfect for dealing withthat mid-day slump.