Eyewear News on the Web – September 2020
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Source: swirlster.ndtv.com by SABRINA MATHEWS
Round sunglasses may have been popularised by late singer John Lennon but it has a whole new meaning today. Round sunglasses can be of any colour and it is bound to look good on anybody. Large frame? No problem. Small frame? Even better! Round frame sunglasses may seem like an essential or even a collector’s item in your sunglasses collection. We kid you not, these … for more detail click here.
Source: www.nbcnews.com by Marissa Miller
As lockdown restrictions loosen, one of the quickest ways to return to some semblance of normalcy is to spend more time outdoors. While the blazing sun might feel comforting on our skin after being cooped up for so long, it’s not doing any favors for our eye health, according to the journal Clinical Ophthalmology. Luckily, Michelle Andreoli, MD, a clinical spokesperson … for more detail click here.
Source: www.bustle.com by Scarlett James
Having an everyday pair of shades you can count on is one less thing you have to think about when you’re on the go. The best scratch-resistant sunglasses are made with glass lenses, but you’ll be paying a premium for them. Fortunately, you can also find budget-friendly sunglasses with plastic lenses that are built to withstand scrapes, too. … for more detail click here.
Source: interestingengineering.com by Chris Young
A young engineer, Mars Kapadia, has just shown off “the world’s first Transparent Organic Light Emitting Diode (TOLED) smart glasses” on a video he shared on YouTube. In his video, which you can watch below, Kapadia details how he went open source so as to avoid the high price of developer keys and private APIs. As explained in his video, Kapadia chose the accessible … for more detail click here.
Source: www.theverge.com by Sean Hollister
In October 2016, a startup named Vue promised Kickstarter backers a pair of prescription eyeglasses that could double as wireless earbuds, a fitness tracker, and a smartwatch all at once, plus bone conduction speakers so nobody can eavesdrop on your music and calls. By 2018, $3 million later, the company hadn’t shipped a single pair. But fast-forward another two years … for more detail click here.