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Tribune-Review [12/26/17, via Tribune-Review]
Review: PogoTec, maker of glasses-mounted camera, looking way beyond photos, videos Those failings aren't lost on Brendan Sheil, the CEO of PogoTec , which last month launched a lipstick-sized camera that can snap on to the frame of any glasses. Sheil, in an interview with the , said Google Glass and Snap showed that [...]

WTOP [01/12/18, via WTOP]
Movie Review: Spielberg's 'The Post' is timely, rousing defense of a free press Her choice of nervously fidgeting with her eyeglasses shows Graham's gradual feminist rise with a telling glance during an early board meeting, where she's too timid to speak, even though she has the answers scribbled right in front of her. We gladly [...]

MIT Technology Review [01/09/18, via MIT Technology Review]
Nano/micro 3-D printing is capable of generating complex, minute components. The company's technology is based on the same technology that was named one of 's 10 breakthrough technologies in 2014 and 2015. (In fact, Nicholas Fang, co-founder/chief scientist at BMF, is part of a leading nano/micro 3-D [...]

Tom's Hardware [01/10/18, via Tom's Hardware]
AOC PDS271 Porsche Design Monitor Review This is not our first review of a monitor that makes style its top priority. But we haven't had the opportunity to examine a display that comes from one of the world's most-noted design houses, Studio F.A. Porsche. Yes, we're talking about that Porsche [...]

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Michael Paul Burkard is an American poet.
He graduated from Hobart College and from the Iowa Writers' Workshop with an MFA in 1973. He taught at Kirkland College (1975–78) and Sarah Lawrence College (1983–84, 1986–87), and has taught in the M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing at Syracuse University since 1997. He has been a visiting writer at New York University (1991) and the University of Louisville (1992, 1996), as well as a writer-in-residence at Austin Peay State University (1990).
During the 1990s he has also worked as an alcoholism counselor, particularly with children whose lives have been impacted by alcoholism.
His poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, The Paris Review, Ploughshares, APR, Ironwood and Quarterly West.
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Eyeglasses Eyeglasses
1997
ISBN 1575050013,9781575050010
48 pages
The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry. ... The Optical Journal and Review of Optometry. ...
2016
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The Optical Review The Optical Review
2016
ISBN
Take Off Your Glasses and See Take Off Your Glasses and See
Published by Harmony 2011
ISBN 9780307795366,0307795365
288 pages

Review: 'The Pillowman' at Forum Theatre - DC Metro Theater Arts (press release) (blog)

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Indeed, for all the inspired performances and brilliant designs that characterize Forum’s stunning new production of McDonagh’s The Pillowman , the real star of the show is its director, Yury Urnov. Urnov, who directed the acclaimed Marie Antoinette at in 2014 and who has actually published Russian translations of McDonagh’s work, animates this production with a vision that is both sweeping and intimate, alienating and inclusive. Urnov’s production is so successful because he completely nails the unholy McDonagh trifecta of violence/laughter/social commentary.

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Omnifocal Glasses Could Focus On Whatever You're Looking At Automatically - Popular Mechanics

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An Israeli company called Deep Optics thinks its new high-tech glasses lens can change that. The liquid can adjust the refractive index of the lens—the way it bends light passing through—to effectively change the prescription of the glasses according to the distance of the object your eyes are focusing on. Sensors in the glasses track the... Changes in pupillary distance, or the distance between the centers of the two pupils, indicate the depth of an object that a person is trying to focus on. A processing unit built into the glasses can use the pupillary distance to calculate exactly...

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[03/16/16, via hometheaterreview.com]
HiFiMan HE-560 Over-the-Ear Headphones Reviewed My review sample had a 3.5mm screw-on connection ... My solution was a walk around the block every hour. If you wear eyeglasses, you will most likely want to take them off when using the HE-560 unless your eyeglass temples sit very flat on your head. [...]

[03/14/16, via Mass Live The Republican]
Concert Review: Boston Symphony Orchestra, Garrick Ohlsson bring Beethoven vividly to life In my review of that July 25, 2013 concert ... Beethoven's Duo in E Flat With Two Obligatto Eyeglasses might seem like a novelty piece which gives performers you don't normally see near the back of the orchestra an opportunity to shine up front. [...]

[03/11/16, via Popular Mechanics]
Omnifocal Glasses Could Focus On Whatever You're Looking At Automatically Deep Optics CEO Yariv Haddad told Technology Review that the glasses would stay focused on distant ... partly provided by French eyeglasses company Essilor. Haddad hopes the omnifocals will be ready for human trials in two years. Deep Optics also believes ... [...]

[03/11/16, via edgemedianetwork.com]
Creative Control When David is assigned a new account -- Augmenta, a seamless new kind of VR that's built into ordinary-looking eyeglasses -- he's drawn into the product's world of swirling interfaces. When David learns to sample and reconstruct the image of a woman named ... [...]

[03/10/16, via Pratt Tribune]
Aging Matters: ways to prevent falls Frequently review your medications with you pharmacist and physician. Make sure side effects aren't increasing the risk of falling. --Get your vision and hearing checked annually and update your eyeglasses. The eyes and ears are essential to keeping you on ... [...]

Fstoppers Reviews the Fujifilm XF 80mm Macro Lens

Fujifilm continues to wow us with each new lens, and their latest release, the $1,199 XF 80mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro lens, is no exception. I’ve been shooting with the XF 80mm now since its release, and I have to admit it’s only come off my Fujifilm X-T2 once. I don't claim to be a fabulous macro photographer, but I believe this lens has a home in most photographers bag. My beloved XF 50-140mm has, for now at least, taken a back seat to the smaller, amazingly...

Review: PogoTec, maker of glasses-mounted camera, looking way beyond photos, videos

Cameras mounted on eyeglasses historically have been flops. Google Glass was too expensive; Snap's Spectacles too elusive. And both were, well, hideous. Those failings aren't lost on Brendan Sheil, the CEO of PogoTec , which last month launched a lipstick-sized camera that can snap on to the frame of any glasses. Sheil, in an interview with the Tribune-Review, said Google Glass and Snap showed that fashion trumps function, especially when talking about technology that we wear....

Roccat Aluma In-Ear Headset – A Decent Headset for the Glasses Wearer in Your Life

I have been whining at asking Christopher Coke for months to please find me a headset that I can comfortably wear with glasses. You see, I don’t wear just any glasses, I wear GLASSES as in the biggest, heaviest nerd glasses you can ever imagine your professor wearing. It took a while, but we finally landed on the Roccat Aluma in-ear headset. advertisement SpecificationsDriver Units Frequency Response - 20~20.000Hz Max SPL at 1KHz - 98dB Impedance - 16 ohms Max. input...