These frames by 2AI Labs are being tested by doctors right now, because they can make your veins glow so nurses can easily spot them. It will show a change in hemoglobin color to locate trauma and can be used to monitor how a patient is feeling. Talk about super x-ray glasses!
The technology in the O2Amp glasses can be explained by understanding the connection between our color vision and blood physiology. Filters were built to enhance "blood vision" so doctors can easily process information on what's happening inside your body. It amplifies our changing oxygen levels under our skin and associates certain colors with different causes.
There's even a color chart, that breaks down for people to understand it. If you see green - someone is sick, and if you're seeing red that means they could be embarrassed. 2AI sees applications of the amplified blood vision of the O2Amps in arenas like sport, poker, security, and dating. But lets just leave it in the medical field first for now. Check out its features:
A vein-finder, or oxygenation-isolator, that amplifies perception of oxygenation modulations under the skin (and eliminates perception of variations in the concentration of hemoglobin), A trauma-detector, or hemoglobin-concentration-isolator, that amplifies perception of hemoglobin concentrations under the skin (and eliminates perception of variations in oxygenation), and A general clinical enhancer, or oxygenation-amplifier, that combines the best features of the first two; it eliminates neither signal (i.e., it retains perception of both variation in Hemoglobin oxygenation and concentration), and only amplifies perception of oxygenation.
The glasses are being tested out in two hospitals at the moment, with doctors wearing it confirming their usefulness. [2AI via PSFK]