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GMS Optical Soft Silicone Air Bag Nose Pads for Eyeglasses (14mm Screw-in, 3 Pair) $4.98

GMS Optical Soft Silicone Air Bag Nose Pads for Eyeglasses (14mm Screw-in, 3 Pair)

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GMS Optical® 1.8mm Anti-slip Adhesive Contoured Soft Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads with Super Sticky Backing - 5 Pair (Clear) $7.98

GMS Optical® 1.8mm Anti-slip Adhesive Contoured Soft Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads with Super...

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GMS Optical® 1.3mm Ultra-Thin Anti-slip Adhesive Contoured Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads with Super Sticky Backing - 5 Pair (Clear) $7.98

GMS Optical® 1.3mm Ultra-Thin Anti-slip Adhesive Contoured Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads with Super...

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eBoot 15 Style Nose Pads Set 150 Pairs Ultra-soft PVC Nosepads for Eyeglass Sunglasses with Storage Case $13.99

eBoot 15 Style Nose Pads Set 150 Pairs Ultra-soft PVC Nosepads for Eyeglass Sunglasses with...

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D-shaped Screw-in Soft Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads - 15mm (5 Pair) $5.95

D-shaped Screw-in Soft Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads - 15mm (5 Pair)

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GMS Optical® 2.5mm Anti-slip Adhesive Contoured Soft Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads with Super Sticky Backing - 5 Pair (Clear) $7.98

GMS Optical® 2.5mm Anti-slip Adhesive Contoured Soft Silicone Eyeglass Nose Pads with Super...

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GMS Optical® Premium Grade Soft Silicone Symmetrical Eyeglass Nose Pads (15mm Push-in, 10 Pair) $7.95

GMS Optical® Premium Grade Soft Silicone Symmetrical Eyeglass Nose Pads (15mm Push-in, 10 Pair)

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GMS Self Adhesive Soft Foam Nose Pads (1 - 10 Nose Pads Total, Black) $5.98

GMS Self Adhesive Soft Foam Nose Pads (1 - 10 Nose Pads Total, Black)

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Economic Times [09/25/17, via Economic Times]
These smart glasses let you control your phone by scratching your nose Three electrooculography (EOG) sensors are embedded in the bridge and nosepads of the frame of the spectacles, which measure the electric potential of the surrounding flesh. These types of sensors are usually used to record eye activity for doctors,  [...]

Daily Mail [09/22/17, via Daily Mail]
'Itchy' concept smart glasses let you discreetly control your gadgets by scratching your NOSE The glasses come equipped with electrooculography (EOG) sensors on the bridge and nose pads of the frame. This means the wearer's nose movements can be tracked, and the sensors convert these into specific commands. Speaking to The Verge,  [...]

[09/27/17, via The Hindu]
Eye gear lets you control phone by touching your nose Scientists have designed a new pair of smart eyeglasses that can allow you to control a smartphone or a computer discreetly by rubbing and scratching your nose. The glasses were designed as an experiment by researchers from KAIST University in [...]

Singletrack [09/22/17, via Singletrack]
Review: Adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro Glasses The rubber nose pads feature a dual position adjustment to modify where the frame sits on your nose. From there you can also tweak the Tri Fit arms, which can be locked into 3 different angular positions. This adjustment changes the tilt of how the [...]

Gizmodo [09/14/17, via Gizmodo]
These Smart Glasses Could One Day Turn Your Nose Into a Secret Remote Control Symposium on Wearable Computers, instead of trying to integrate a screen, camera, touch panel, and turn the specs into a wearable computer, they simply added a series of electrooculography sensors to the bridge and nose pads of the glasses. [...]

Eyeglasses Nose Pads

Glasses, also known as eyeglasses (formal), spectacles or simply specs (informal), are frames bearing lenses worn in front of the eyes. They are normally used for vision correction or eye protection. Safety glasses are a kind of eye protection against flying debris or against visible and near visible light or radiation. Sunglasses allow better vision in bright daylight, and may protect against damage from high levels of ultraviolet light. Other types of glasses may be used for viewing visual information (such as stereoscopy) or simply just for aesthetic or fashion purposes.
Historical types of glasses include the pince-nez, monocle, lorgnette, and scissor or scissors-glasses.
Modern glasses are typically supported by pads on the bridge of the nose and by temple arms (sides)...

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Embracing The Geekiness Of Wire-Rim Glasses - Refinery29

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As a forever-wearer of glasses, the idea of specs turning into such a fashion accessory bewilders me. I get pangs of jealousy whenever I see a woman who looks really good in glasses in that super-casual, “I woke up like this” kind of way, because... I have a nearsighted prescription of -10. 50 in both eyes (plus a dash of astigmatism), which means that no matter how chic the frames are, the extreme thickness of my lenses will always give my eyes that inevitable Coke-bottle effect, making them... Wearing glasses, when I absolutely need to, makes me feel frumpy and unpresentable. Though I wear contacts in my day-to-day, I will always be a glasses girl at heart — my identity is forever associated with wearing thick lenses. It was around that age I developed amblyopia, also known as the lazy eye, in both eyes.

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Nerdwax keeps your glasses from sliding down your nose - The Gadgeteer

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The only thing that I don’t like about my glasses is that they slide down my nose. I have no idea how many times a day I push them back up, but I’m sure it’s a lot, especially when I’m outside in hot weather or on workout days. Nerdwax may be the solution to prevent eyeglass slippage. Nerdwax looks like a tube of lip balm, but it’s a special cosmetic grade formula of beeswax and other natural ingredients that have been designed to keep your glasses from sliding. Just extend the tube, apply a bit on the nose pads or bridge of your glasses and you’re all set to enjoy a few hours or a whole day of your glasses staying right where they belong.

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[02/15/16, via Examiner]
Serial bank robbery suspect known as ‘Beardo’ arrested in Washington In addition to his fake beard, Beardo, now identified by authorities as 57-year-old Christian N. Franzwa, also wore a nose cover and eyeglasses reminiscent of Groucho Marx to help aid in his disguise. The FBI warned in a November 2015 release that Beardo ... [...]

[10/18/15, via The Gadgeteer]
Nerdwax keeps your glasses from sliding down your nose Nerdwax may be the solution to prevent eyeglass slippage. Nerdwax looks like a tube of ... Just extend the tube, apply a bit on the nose pads or bridge of your glasses and you’re all set to enjoy a few hours or a whole day of your glasses staying right ... [...]

[10/16/15, via Core77]
Better, More Flexible Eyeglasses Through Materials Science and Digital Fabrication According to statistics, more than half of you are reading this with eyeglasses on the front of your face ... hence the fine-toothed comb. The nose pads appear to be molded directly into the frames. "Each nose pad has several prongs, or 'grippers' that ... [...]

[08/07/15, via amazon.com]
AM Landen® 2.5mm Transparent Non-slip Silicone Nose Pad for Eyeglasses 5 Pairs 2.5mm AM Landen Branded transparent 2.5mm thickness nose pads. Nose pad thickness dimensions for the 2.5MM (A model), this model has the best non-slip and the booster effect, but also the most widely used. Applicable to all types of sheet metal optical frames ... [...]

[04/08/15, via Examiner]
JINS brings eyewear robots to first U.S. store The smart eyewear includes sensors hidden in the eyeglass nose pads that can measure calories burned and energy levels, much like popular fitness wristbands are doing today. Sensors in the glass frame itself allow users to synch gathered information to ... [...]

Review: Tifosi Camrock Light Night Fototec Glasses

Tifosi Optics is one of the largest sporting eyewear brands in the world. We review a pair of the Camrock glasses with photochromatic lensesBrand:Tifosi OpticsProduct:Camrock Light Night FototecFrom:ZyroFisher, zyrofisher.co.ukPrice:£69.99Sports eyewear company, Tifosi Optics, doesn’t quite hold the same cachet as some of the bigger eyewear brands out there like Oakley and Rudy Project, but then it isn’t necessarily chasing the same territory. Instead, Tifosi’s sports sunglasses are destined...

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, who shook up American morality with an ideal of swinging singlehood, dies at 91

Hugh Hefner, the incurable playboy who built a publishing and entertainment empire on the idea that Americans should shed their puritanical hang-ups and enjoy sex, has died. He was 91.He died Wednesday of natural causes at his home, the Playboy Mansion, according to Teri Thomerson, a Playboy spokesperson. Hefner was the founder of Playboy magazine, launched amid the conservatism of the 1950s, when marriage and domesticity conferred social status. Hefner pitched an alternative standard —...

Smart glasses let you control phones by touching your nose

Home &gt News &gt Smart glasses let you control phones by touching your noseThe glasses were designed as an experiment to control a wearable device without calling attention to the user in public.Scientists have designed a new pair of smart eyeglasses that can allow you to control a smartphone or a computer discreetly by rubbing and scratching your nose. The glasses were designed as an experiment by researchers from KAIST University in South Korea and Keio University in Japan to...