Well, I went to the eye doctor last week, and she gave me a new prescription. Not only that, but my 11-year old daughter is also getting a pair of glasses, I can only imagine what it will be like with her and glasses when she can’t even tell you where she left her shoes. So, being a techie daddy, I turned to Google to find a solution for finding lost glasses. Enter “Look.” First of all, I have to say that this is not a review, because I don’t actually have the device. Look is actually in the fundraising stage right now and they have an Indiegogo campaign running through November 2 to raise $50,000.
Look will attach to your glasses (or whatever else you want to find via Look) with an adhesive strip. I have seen other Bluetooth glasses tracking devices, but Look is small and discreet. Look is 10 mm wide x 40 mm in length x 6 mm thick and is intended to be placed on the inside or outside of the arm of your glasses.
Look will retail for $40, but during the Indiegogo campaign, you can get it for $25 – $30. If Look meets it’s funding goals, you can look for Look to be available sometime in April of 2015.
More information about Look can be found on their Indiegogo page.
You can file this under, “why didn’t I think of that?” 🙂