Rostec first introduced glasses to combat insomnia.
Technodinamika Holding of Rostec State Corporation presented for the first time a prototype of Blue Sky pro anti-insomnia glasses at the Army-2021 International Military-Technical Forum. The product allows you to prevent sleep disorders and restore daily biorhythms within one to two days. The glasses are intended for mass use, but can be used by military personnel to restore their strength.
The Blue Sky pro prototype is made of an environmentally friendly, high-strength composite material made in Russia. The product includes a set of replaceable nose stops, the user will be able to choose the most convenient one for themselves. In addition, the glasses are equipped with the most versatile type-c charging connector.
"The prototype of the Blue Sky pro glasses, which we are demonstrating for the first time at Army 2021, is one of Rostec's newest civilian developments. The product allows you to deal with sleep disorders and restore a person's biorhythms within a couple of days. The glasses will definitely appeal to people who suffer from insomnia or have to regularly deal with jet lag due to business trips. At the same time, they can also benefit military personnel, including pilots, helping them recover faster" – Oleg Yevtushenko, Executive Director of Rostec State Corporation, said.
It is possible to restore circadian rhythms thanks to the spectrum of light emitted by Blue Sky pro glasses. It is similar to sunlight in the morning from 6 to 10 o'clock and in the evening from 14 to 18 o'clock.
When light hits the retina of the eye, it activates the brain cells responsible for the"internal clock". As a result, the body switches from night mode to day mode. In the morning, the device allows you to get rid of drowsiness, and in the evening - to "postpone" sleep until about 23 hours. To fully restore the sleep and wake cycle, glasses should be worn for half an hour a day at the specified hours.
You should also use glasses when changing time zones for more than three hours and when working the night shift. They can also help improve well-being in cases of depression, neuroendocrine diseases, and decreased concentration. The effectiveness of the development has been proven in the course of neurophysiological studies.
"We plan to start mass production of glasses in 2022. In terms of production volume, we are focused on approximately 15 thousand units. The price of the device can range from 7 to 30 thousand rubles, depending on the material used" – Igor Nasenkov, General Director of Technodinamika Holding, said.
The novelty is being created in partnership with Samara State Medical University and will be produced by Technodinamika Holding. Serial production is planned to be launched at the Samara Electromechanical Plant.