Better Me now commences with JINS MEME
The word “MEME” refers to another you who responds to changes in your mind and body.
The information gathered by your glasses is sent to an app that allows you to look at yourself at any given moment in time.
JINS MEME — the tool to a Better Me.
A Better Me—Toward a better body and mind
Nearly 90% of the information from your five senses is perceived through your eyes. JINS MEME allows you to track your every micro-movement on a daily basis. Using the lifelogging tool in the JINS MEME app, you can record the state and balance of your body and mind and use this to transform yourself in to a better version of you — or as we like to call it — A Better Me.
JINS MEME has developed two indexes—Mind Age and Body Age. With these, you can easily monitor your condition in any given moment.
Mind Age uses the information captured by your eye movements to determine how focused (Focus), energetic (Energy) and composed (Calm) you are, and then give you an overall rating on the level of activity for your Mind. For instance, at times when you are being highly creative or productive your Mind Age will be young, and this age will increase as your activity levels fall. As the age changes, the sliding bar graphs that represent the three conditions as well as the lines around the numerical figure will also change.
This is all about your level of concentration (Focus) on the task at hand, and if you are creating some kind of positive outcome.
This examines your energy levels (Energy), and how well you can influence others through communication.
This looks at your level of composure (Calm) needed to work on a task productively.
Body Age is calculated based on the data obtained from your head movements, and measures your level of physical activity (Movement), position (Posture), and balance (Stability) by looking at your movements and posture while walking and sitting to give you an overall rating of your perceived physical age. For instance, when you walk steadily with good posture, your Body Age will be classified as young, but this will increase when you are immobile or have poor posture or balance. Like your Mind Age, when your age changes, the sliding bar graphs that represent the three conditions will also change, as will the lines that represent your head. Points on the graph show changes in your Body Age which are represented by the three elements below.
This examines whether or not you are doing moderate exercising such as getting up for a stretch.
This looks at the balance of your axis perpendicular to the ground while walking or sitting.
This keeps tabs on how well you maintain this posture.