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Smart glasses for people with dementia

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People living with dementia who need a nudge to remember friends and loved ones, or get confused over what medication to take, will soon get help - from their spectacles.

Scientists in Singapore are developing intelligent glasses that can recognise different people, for instance, and discreetly remind the user who they are; or tell him the right pills to take, and vibrate or sound an alarm when it is time to do so.

Read more on the AsiaOne website.