Seoul-based, Hyundai-owned ad agency Innocean Worldwide has added product development to its offering with the release of “smart sunglasses” called Glatus.
Along with monitoring UV exposure and air quality in the car, Glatus is touted as being able to scan blink patterns to monitor whether a driver is becoming drowsy.
The lenses automatically adjust to current light in 0.1 seconds, which “provides comfort when you move indoors from outdoors or when a vehicle enters or exits a tunnel,” said Innocean.
The real-time UV exposure detection system provides voice alerts according to the risk level. It gives voice alerts such as, “Your sun exposure is high, be careful”.
The high-tech eyewear works with an app for both iOS and Android which enables users to track daily readings of UV exposure and driving conditions.
Innocean said, the sunglasses, which weigh 1.3 oz, are customizable for various facial angles, “guaranteeing an easy and comfortable fit no matter how long it has been worn.” They are powered by a customized battery.
A spokesperson told Mumbrella: Innocean provided all of the design and technology for Glatus, and then partnered with an eyewear company to manufacture the final product. We researched the best structure for a long time and are building a system for stable production.”
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