Eye Wear Glasses returns from Silmo, the huge eyewear show in Paris, having caught up with 12 designers . They talk about 12 frames for 2012. Featuring ...
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One Tech Giant Has a Google Glass-Like Device You Might Actually Wear We are in a society that still has not really adopted or accepted the widespread use of Bluetooth headsets, so it's hard to imagine eyeball lasers becoming a new necessity. But then again, I do wear a device that literally measures my every step and [...]
First Look: Canon Announces New EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera When Canon launched the EOS EF-M mount in 2012 as a derivative of the EF lens mount, they debuted it with the EOS M interchangeable lens camera. But 2016 changed that with the EOS M5. Not only did it look like a diminutive DSLR, but theEOS M5 handled [...]
Safilo Group SpA (SFL) Declines -1.561% on Mar 4 Safilo Group S.p.A. engages in the design, production, wholesale, and retail distribution of products for the eyewear market worldwide. The company has market cap of 276.64 million EUR. The Company's brand portfolio includes proprietary and licensed [...]
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Eyewear Market: Present Scenario and the Growth Prospects with Forecast 2023 A new market research report has recently been published by Transparency Market Research and made available on the company's website. The research study, titled “Eyewear Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth and Forecast 2012 – 2018 [...]
You would think that taking pictures through glass would be easy since glass is clear. You may come home dismayed to find that instead of the image you had hoped to capture, the result is a bright starburst of light blocking the subject and ruining the picture. Glass glare is the result of the reflection of your flash or bright existing lights bouncing off a glass that separates you from your subject. When you're trying to take photos at events, museums, aquariums, or any exhibits and displays that are encased in glass, keep glass glare and a few photography tips in mind as you compose your shot. If the existing light is good enough, you can eliminate the flash altogether and avoid glare bouncing off the glass. 2 Move or turn off any lights behind you that may be reflected in the glass.
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The “injury-prone” label can be an unfair title bestowed upon a Major League Baseball player. Also, technically everyone in the entire league is “prone” to injury, some just happen to spend considerably more time on the disabled list than others. We don’t want to completely steer you away from drafting these players, we just want you to know what you could be getting yourself into. Here are five injury-prone starting pitchers to watch out for.
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2012 Open prodigy Hossler now nation's top collegian Having filled out his 6-foot-2 frame to 205 pounds, he is now a 21-year-old junior ... It marked the beginning of a six-year relationship, until Flick passed away in 2012 at age 82. Flick improved Hossler’s fundamentals, but that was only part of the ... [...]
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Bated Breath Theater brings back the 'thrill' of the auction block Using site-specific locations (like its present endeavor), an experimental approach, encouraging audience participation, Bated Breath, under the dedicated and inspired leadership of Executive/Artistic Director Mara Lieberman since 2012, has now emerged as ... [...]
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No more bifocals! Deep Optics glasses track the wearer's eye movements to AUTOMATICALLY adjust their focus While liquid crystal has been used in glasses before – emPower unveiled a line of lenses featuring the technology in 2012 – they have previously needed ... it the frame calculates the distance the eye is trying to focus on and sends an electrical ... [...]
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Local optometrists have clear vision on headaches Krall said prism has been used for hundreds of years, but these glasses adjust for a person's sight at near and far distances, for which eye alignment is different ... incorporated eyeBrain Medical in June 2012 to purchase the rights to the Kralls ... [...]
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William Dalrymple’s photo exhibition: shot on phone, edited on Snapseed and Return of a King (2012), the Scottish writer has now turned his attention to reviving one of his earliest passions — photography. His first book of photographs, The Writer’s Eye, is a collection of 60 black-and-white frames shot over a period of 18 ... [...]
Joel Kestenbaum, an optometrist at Optix Family Eyecare Center in Plainview, volunteered last summer to work alongside Marchon employees at a two-day event with the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind in Smithtown, where more than 160 adults and children received free glasses. Photo Credit: Johnny Milano By SHERYL NANCE-NASH Special to Newsday December 24, 2014 12:19 PMIt's been more than a year, but Barbara Siminerio still remembers the woman in...
Press Release- updated: Jan 11, 2018 CHICAGO, IL , January 11, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Opternative, Inc. today announced that it has partnered with FrameGenie to provide access to online prescription renewal technology on the company’s online eyewear siteFramegenie.com. Opternative’s full API integration with Framegenie.com will further the guarantee that patients have access to the most affordable, accurate and convenient glasses renewal options available online.“We...
(CNN) - He removed his goggles for just a moment, to wipe away the colorful paint splattered across them, and then his life changed forever. At that moment, the 12-year-old boy, who would become Dr. Douglas Fredrick's youngest patient with an air-gun-related eye injury, was hit in the face a second time while playing at a paintball range in New Hampshire, Fredrick said. Without the goggles to protect him, the paintball caused one of his eyes to...