Inspired by his mother that suffered from schizophrenia, Matt Wolf has designed JoanGlass, it’s a concept smart glasses system that helps to treat illness such as stress, anxiety, and depression. The science lies in its frame, it has built-in haptic beating device that’s capable to massage area between eyebrows, it’s where chronic muscular tension occurs. The handles integrates electromagnetic flux device that will read and send “flux” inside of the Thalamus, restarting communication between synapses. The glasses frame implements two devices that work together, putting user’s brain in a state of meditation. Alpha waves help calm the nervous system, lowering blood pressure and heart rate.
As smart glasses, Matt Wolf explains that JoanGlass also comes with a companion app. You can use Apple Watch to read heart rate, it also collects information about your brain and activity and present the information through the app. The smart medical algorithm sends feedback inside the frame and starts to map your Thalamus. Research has discovered that the portion of our Thalamus is physically larger than normal people when we are in major depressive disorder (MDD), located in the center of our brain, Thalamus is responsible for many different brain functions, including relaying information to other parts of brain to the cerebral cortex.
JoanGlass uses corrective soft lenses that will improve your vision, they also blend well to user face and take unique shape to precise your vision. Lenses would be available in different types, just snap the glass inside the frame. These smart glasses concept is equipped with wireless charger that snaps on the frame with the help of magnets.
Matt Wolf hopes that he can find investors who are interested in developing this concept to production. He would need inputs and suggestions from many professionals for JoanGlass such as psychiatrist, medical experts, people who are practicing meditation, and you, future users.
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