South Korean industrial designer Paeng Min-wook showcases a robotic eye, called "The Third Eye", on his forehead as he uses his mobile phone while walking on street, in Seoul, South Korea, March 31, 2021. Credit: Reuters File Photo
A South Korean modern architect has thought of an ironic answer for "smartphone zombies" who can't remove their eyes from their screen long enough to stop themselves strolling into a divider or other snag.
Paeng Min-wook, 28, has fostered a mechanical eyeball he has named "The Third Eye", which over the top cell phone clients can lash to their temples so they can peruse without injury in a hurry.
The gadget, part of a craftsmanship Paeng has called "Phono Sapiens", opens its clear eyelid at whatever point it detects the client's head has been brought down to take a gander at a smartphone. At the point when the client comes surprisingly close to an obstruction, the gadget blares to caution of the approaching peril.
"This is the look of future mankind with three eyes," Paeng, a postgraduate in innovation design engineering at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College, told Reuters as he demonstrated use of The Third Eye around Seoul.
"As we cannot take our eyes off from smartphones, the extra eye will be needed in future."
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