DriveSafe uses the eyewear's built-in sensors to detect when the driver is falling asleep, sounding an alert through Google Glass' bone conduction speaker
DriveSafe can integrate with Glass' navigation capabilities to direct drowsy driver's to the nearest rest area
A pertinent question regarding Google Glass that is so far unanswered is whether it will be legal to use while driving. The prospect of having the distraction of email, messaging and social media apps in your line of vision when behind the wheel has raised concerns over the safety of the eyewear for drivers. Poised to play some sort of role in this debate is DriveSafe, an app for Google Glass that alerts drivers to when they are getting sleepy.
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