Last year, Largest US not-for-profit in vision care, VSP unveiled Project Genesis. Project Genesis is actually a pair of glasses that look like any other pair of glass but with activity trackers embedded into the temple of the glasses.
The team is ready to take this project to next level as they believe they are now to a stage that they can make consumer friendly product. The second generation of Level now has a stylish, slimmer design and have fixed the imbalanced weight proportion between both the temples.
VSP Global’s Eye of Hope initiative
It tracks all your fitness data like step counts and calories burned. The companion app is also linked to VSP Global’s Eyes of Hope initiative, a social media platform to monitor and encourage others to meet the goals. The platform also triggers a donation every time the wearer meets the daily step goals.
Like any other wearable, it connects to your mobile phone through Bluetooth and has a companion app for iOS and Android. The App also allows you to find your glasses by a touch of a button so you no longer need to waste your time searching for it manually.
The battery last for maximum 3 days but it can be fully recharged in around 30 minutes though magnetic mount with a hidden port around the hinge.
Level is water resistant but we are yet to see the resistance standard.
The frame comes in 3 different styles designed for both men and women and is available in different colours.
There is no release date available as to yet.