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ELLE Australia [06/14/18, via ELLE Australia]
Turns Out Those Tiny Sunglasses Are Actually Doing Your Eyes Some Serious Damage "It's pretty simple," Rahul Pandit, MD, an ophthalmologist with the Blanton Eye Institute at Houston Methodist Hospital tells Health.com. "With smaller frames, more light is going to get around." Smaller lenses increase your eyes' exposure to [...]

The West Australian [05/24/18, via The West Australian]
Glasses no longer allowed in passport photos If you wear glasses and are due for a new passport, then take note: spectacles will not be allowed in photos from July 1. The Australian Government's travel advice website Smartraveller today tweeted about the change to passport photo guidelines. [...]

CMO [06/14/18, via CMO]
How Good Shepherd is turning data into actionable insights to improve CX “The NILS program is offered in local communities through 140 partners and we needed to gain some insights from data to help us understand how we can better meet demand across Australia and reach the many many people who could benefit from a NILS  [...]

CMO [06/13/18, via CMO]
Unlockd in voluntary administration following legal action against Google Unlockd has also been granted interim injunctions from both the English High Court and the Federal Court of Australia to prevent Google from disabling AdMob-generated advertising content and removing Unlockd apps from the Google Play Store in the UK,  [...]

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Everything Eyes Everything Eyes
Published by Chronicle Books 2014
ISBN 9781452137476,1452137471
120 pages
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Published by Elsevier Health Sciences 2012
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Maori and Aboriginal Women in the Public Eye Maori and Aboriginal Women in the Public Eye
Published by ANU E Press 2016
ISBN 9781921862625,1921862629
257 pages

Face fashion market hots up with arrival of new optical chain from Australia - Stuff.co.nz

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Australian-based eyewear chain Bailey Nelson is the newest kid on the block. It opened stores in Auckland and Wellington in December after testing the waters with an outlet in Christchurch, and has plans to open at least another two stores this year. Between them the big three chains - OPSM, Specsavers​ and Visique​ - have more than 150 outlets, and each year New Zealanders spend an estimated $300 to $400 million on eyewear. Bailey Nelson New Zealand manager, James Hinsley, doesn't hesitate to put glasses in the same category as shoes, with customers buying multiple frames to match their outfits with help from in-store "eyewear stylists. * Australian eyewear retailer Bailey Nelson sets up shop in Wellington. "People spend $200 on shoes and you can get a pair of glasses for $125. You wear them all day and people stare at your.

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CEOs are holding back digital innovation in Australia - AdNews

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Australian innovation in digital is being held back by CEOs that do not support digital holistically, according to a panel of digital experts at the AdTech Australia conference. The panel, however, believes more digital natives filling c-suite roles, such Maile Carnegie at ANZ, will help drive the digital agenda. Virtual reality and augmented reality were held up as the technologies that could have a major impact on advertising in the future. The technology required to fool the human eye requires a screen with the resolution equivalent of 16,000 pixels squared per eye running at 240.

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[03/15/16, via Gizmodo Australia]
The PlayStation VR Will Be Out In Australia In October The Playstation VR headset uses a 5.7-inch, 1920x1080pixel low-latency OLED display — that’s 960x1080pixels for each eye — with support for both 120fps and 90fps frame rates. The field of view is about 100 degrees, according to Sony, and head ... [...]

[03/15/16, via Ad News]
CEOs are holding back digital innovation in Australia Australian innovation in digital is being held back by CEOs that do not support digital holistically, according to a panel of digital experts at the AdTech Australia conference ... pixels squared per eye running at 240 frames per second. [...]

[03/14/16, via Laurel Leader-Call]
Solar eclipse begins sweeping across Indonesia Directly look at the sun without protection can cause permanent eye injury ... also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia, with schoolchildren in Kuala Lumpur donning special eclipse-viewing glasses to watch the spectacle and crowds gathering ... [...]

[03/13/16, via The Kansas City Star]
Total eclipse of the sun headed to KC for first time in centuries St. Joe is the place In 2012 more than 50,000 people visited Queensland, Australia ... you must use appropriate eye protection. Safe methods include special eclipse glasses and pin-hole projection. Unsafe methods include regular sunglasses, Mylar ... [...]

[03/13/16, via BBC]
Which banknote has ‘sex’ secretly written on it? ANDA Money Expo in Australia and UK Coin Fairs) are other useful sources. There’s no shortage of stories where people discovered highly valuable collectibles... in attics, books, dressers and photo frames of old or deceased family members. Also ... [...]

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BRADEN FASTIER / STUFF Natureland Zoo in Nelson has a wide variety of Native, Exotic, and Domestic animals. The Nelson Mail went along to document some of them. Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina). Box turtles get their name from the hinge in their shell that allows them to pack themselves into their own shell and close tightly like a box. Turtles have two pieces of shell. The plastron is the shell covering their abdomen, and the...

Why sunglasses are a must in the summertime

Most of us know we should apply sunscreen as the summer sun intensifies, but what about protecting your eyes from sunburn?Optometrists are warning Australians to not only slip, slop and slap, but to also slide on some sunglasses to protect their eyes and prevent serious health issues down the track.Resident optometrist from Optometry Australia, Luke Arundel, said without protection, eyes were at risk of photokeratitis, a painful eye condition that occurs when eyes are exposed to too much...

England cricketer Dawid Malan's girlfriend Claire Mottram flaunts her incredible toned frame in scarlet bandeau bikini as she hits Sydney's Bondi Beach

By Eve Buckland For MailonlinePublished: 05:43 EST, 6 January 2018 | Updated: 09:18 EST, 6 January 2018 She travelled to Australia to support her hunky England cricket beau Dawid Malan during the unsuccessful Ashes bid.And cricket WAG Claire Mottram showed why she had caught the smitten sportman's eye as she wowed in a bikini on Sydney's Bondi Beach on Friday.The blonde beauty showed off her envy-inducing abs and pert cleavage in a slinky bandeau bikini which accentuated her glowing...