Many of us are distracted by phones, tech, too many notifications etc, so what's the solution?

Is it really more tech? Such as these new smart glasses that use #computervision?

indiegogo.com/projects/the-f… #Mindfulness #DigitalHealth ImageImageImage
At least they are able to offer a higher standard of privacy Image
I do wonder how accurate the activity tracking will be, given the accelerometer is at eye level. The last time I tried smart glasses, the distance walked/steps was far higher than they should have been (due to accelerometer above shoulders I am guessing)
I'm wondering if these "productivity enhancing" smart glasses (and all the data) would be something employers might see value in, especially with so many people working from home during the pandemic? A way for your boss to remotely see if you're focused or not
On top of that, it's "another" device that you have to charge. It's unclear how long the battery lasts, but if you have to charge your glasses every night (and with a proprietary charger) that's annoying
The concept of being able to listen to audio through the glasses is a good one though. I have the Bose Frames (with tiny speakers, not bone conduction) but I have misplaced the proprietary charger so they are just regular glasses now

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