There seems to be a new social media site or app lurking around every corner I turn. Although I make a promise to myself that I will not allow my curiosity to get the best of me, chances are that eventually I will give in to temptation. What that means is more time staring at either a computer or a smartphone and less time engaging in human activities. I know I am not the only one but do I really want to consider seeking rehab? New Yorker Chino Kim has developed wearable technology to help me and others combat this problem. It’s a pair of glasses called Screeners that turn opaque when you look at a screen. Opaque…meaning it will disrupt my ability to see virtual reality motioning me over. Is there a catch? Slightly, yes. You must be comfortable wearing a webcam on your head. It’s what detects when you look at a a screen whereby it notifies your smart glasses and voilà…you are visually shielded away from screen sinning.