Eyewear News on the Web – November 2019
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Source: medgadget.com by MEDGADGET EDITORS
Osram, a German company best known for manufacturing LED lights, recently unveiled CHRONOGY Eyewear, a pair of glasses that can regulate and supplement the light that falls onto the photoreceptors in the eyes, helping to regulate our body clocks. The CHRONOGY Eyewear comes with a smartphone app that can be used to program … for more detail click here.
Source: fastcompany.com by MARK SULLIVAN
Amazon announced a new group of products that build the Alexa assistant into wearable products, including wireless earbuds, prescription glasses frames, and even a ring. The wireless headphones, called Echo Buds, focus on high-fidelity sound. Amazon’s Dave Limp said the Buds use balanced drivers in both ears, similar to the in-ear … for more detail click here.
Source: sandiegouniontribune.com By BRITTANY MEILING
Chase Fisher looks like your typical Pacific Beach bro. The 31-year-old surfer is tanned and freckled, his hair gelled back to give that permanent ocean-wet vibe. With bright-colored shades slung around his neck, he looks more like a DJ than a retail entrepreneur. But Fisher is the sole owner of Blenders, a rapidly growing sunglass … for more detail click here.
Source: wareable.com by Max Freeman-Mills
Welcome to And finally, the place to come one last fix of wearable tech goodness. And have we got some goodness for you. Hitting the headlines this week was a potential first look at a pair of Samsung AR glasses, new fitness trackers from Huawei and spin-off company Honor, a dedicated sleep tracking app for TicWatch Pro owners and an … for more detail click here.
Source: cnet.com by Jessica Dolcourt
The next time you want to watch Netflix in bed, imagine putting down your phone and putting on your sunglasses. TCL, a Chinese company that makes great value TVs, brand new phones and other things with screens, created a prototype for smart glasses that will let you watch movies, play games and even see the content of your phone. Naturally … for more detail click here.
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