Eyewear News on the Web – April 2020

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15 Best Sunglasses Brands That Fashion Influencers Are Obsessed With

Source: www.seventeen.com By Eunice Bruno

Finding a few new pairs of sunglasses for the summertime is an essential step in preparing for the upcoming warmer months. With the sun out for longer, your eyes will be calling for some protection from the sun’s UV rays – and, you know, a little bit of style, too. Whether you’ll be chilling poolside or taking selfies inside … for more detail click here.

Facebook’s smart glasses just found their AR lenses

Source: www.slashgear.com By Chris Davies

Facebook has locked up an exclusive supply of smart glasses displays, inking a deal with a microLED specialist that could one day put digital lenses in wearable computers. The agreement with UK display-maker Plessey boxes out rivals like Apple, Google, and others from an augmented reality display-maker, a move that could … for more detail click here.

Ray-Ban Is Having a Massive Sale on All of Its Sunglasses

Source: gearpatrol.com by GERALD ORTIZ

The Wayfarer. The Aviator. The Clubmaster. Each one of these sunglasses has earned its rightful place in the sunglasses hall of fame and they’re all made by Ray-Ban. Starting today, the classic American eyewear brand has put its entire stock of iconic sunglasses and eyeglasses on sale for 30 percent off. This rare sale … for more detail click here.

Apple’s AR Glasses Could Launch by 2022 as Suppliers Reportedly Ramp Up Development

Source: idropnews.com by Chris Hutton

With more and more wireless devices filling the radiowaves, broadband and technology companies must change and adapt. Some of these changes might include adjusting the hardware being used. But one key move, opening up additional frequencies, is about to be voted on by the Federal Communications Commission. For the … for more detail click here.


Source: newsweek.com by JASON MURDOCK

Augmented reality glasses with built-in thermal imaging capabilities are now being used in China’s Zhejiang province to screen the body temperatures of crowds as the government begins to ease the strict COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in some regions of the country. The devices, made by Chinese technology start-up … for more detail click here.