Gunnar EVO Bronze Frame and Amber Lenses. I think they are neat glasses for anyone spending their life in front of a monitor. I have no affiliation with the ...
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Review: Blue Light-Filtering Felix Gray Eyeglasses Fight Screen Eye Strain With Style Most of these options I've encountered have inexpensive-looking and utilitarian frames, and/or the lenses are often tinted yellow or amber. They may be effective at reducing blue light, but the look doesn't appeal to me. Tinting has the side effect of [...]
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Study: Blue light from screens can steadily blind us In addition to causing serious eye strain, it also increases the risk of obesity and certain types of cancer—all of which can explain the recent popularity of eyeglasses made just to filter out blue light. “No activity is sparked with green [...]
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Shanghai taps into young inventors' imagination A group of student inventors from the Joint Institute of University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University are bringing what they imagine into being. Sophomore Cai Xianjue invented eyeglasses with ultrasonic devices to sense obstacles to the front [...]
Snapchat launches Spectacles V2, camera glasses you'll actually wear What Snap doesn't need is a privacy scandal, and that risk is the trade-off it's making with its more discreet Spectacles design. They still display a little circle of white lights while recording, but with the permanent yellow ring on the corner [...]
The Emerald City is the fictional capital city of the Land of Oz in L. Frank Baum's Oz books, first described in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The city is sometimes called the City of Emeralds.
Located in the center of the Land of Oz, the Emerald City is the end of the famous yellow brick road, which starts in Munchkin Country.
In the first book, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the walls are green, but the city itself is not. However, when they enter, everyone in the Emerald City is made to wear green-tinted eyeglasses; this is explained as an effort to protect their eyes from the "brightness and glory" of the city, but in effect makes everything appear green when it is, in fact, "no more green than any other city." This is yet another "humbug" created by the Wizard. In this book,...
It took ingenuity and brute force,” reporter Declan Lawn speculated on BBC television three weeks after what was already being called “the greatest heist in British history,” the audacious April 2015 ransacking of safe-deposit boxes in Hatton... Lawn demonstrated the acrobatic feats the gang must have used, and London’s newspapers were filled with artists’ renderings of the heist, featuring hard-bodied burglars in black turtlenecks doing superhuman things. Experts insisted that the heist was the work of a foreign team of navy-SEAL-like professionals, likely from the infamous Pink Panthers, a Serbian gang of master diamond thieves. Retired Scotland Yard detective Barry Phillips believed it was the work of a highly technical team, assembled by a so-called “Draftsman”—who financed the heist and assembled the players, probably from the U. K. He speculated that no member of the.
Lovely One calls me Henry Kissinger. My fearless editor calls me Rachel Maddow, which is better than being called Chris Hayes, the Maddow shadow at MSNBC, “the place for politics,” and prison shows. Rather than Kissinger or Maddow, I like to think my eyewear resembles that of Michael Douglas in the feel-good movie of 1993, “Falling Down. ” Funny, because I nearly fell down when I walked out of the eye doctor’s office with my new glasses on and missed the curb, transfixed on my newfound ability to read far-off license plates for the first time in years. Lovely One wasn’t home when I arrived with my glasses on. Which gave me time to open the door of the medicine cabinet in the bathroom. Typically, I angle the medicine cabinet door so that it reflects the main mirror in the bathroom, thus providing multiple views of my hair as I lather it with pomade and rake a manly pattern into the coif.
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Consumer Reports: Need eyeglasses? Don’t overlook this Picking eyeglass frames that look right is tough enough ... M.D., chief of the retina division at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute. The orange or yellow tints may give you the perception that the tint is soothing to your eyes when you’re on ... [...]
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Emporio Armani, Versace, Diesel headline Milan fashion Day 3 Binding the collection was the persistent, unflinching use of bright, clashing colors: bright green, yellow and purple blurring together ... echoing the looks. For Prada, eyewear came with ornate twirling stems. While eyewear, particularly sunglasses ... [...]
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New pair of eyeglasses adds to his body-language arsenal Rather than Kissinger or Maddow, I like to think my eyewear resembles that of Michael Douglas in the ... by the fact that I could see the holes in each green and not just two yellow flags. Lovely One got home and joined me on the couch. [...]
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Luxottica unveils Sicily-inspired Dolce & Gabbana eyewear collection Available in a numbered, limited edition of 100, the eyewear is crafted from Canaletto walnut and features a painted relief design on the front of the frames. The colours are applied by hand in the following order: red with yellow motifs, followed by blue ... [...]
Born out of the bone-chilling winters of the Mad River Valley in Vermont, Glade Optics is an eyewear brand dedicated to bringing top notch goggles directly to the consumer at a seriously awesome price point. Offering the same, head-turning style as the top brands in the ski industry, a variety of high-performance lenses and customizable design options, Glade provides everything that skiers seek from a pair of goggles, for a price that fits a skier’s budget.Just prior to the New Year, we...
Dear Lifehacker,My eyes often feel tired after staring at the computer all day. So I'm wondering if glasses designed for computer use actually help (for example, those yellow-tinted computer/gaming glasses I've seen mentioned on Lifehacker or regular glasses with special coatings). They seem pricey and I'm a little skeptical about all the claims, but I also want to protect my vision. Should I buy a pair of these? Signed,Sore EyesDear Sore,Vision problems are unfortunately one of the hazards...
Andfotography.comDavid Beckham at the Kent & Curwen FW18 launchWhile the menswear sector accounts for 27% of the total UK clothing market, it is growing at more than twice the rate of the women’s clothing market (Mintel, 2017). Showcasing British heritage brands to emerging international and national labels and vibrant street-wear brands, the twelfth edition London Fashion Week Men's ran last week with catwalks and presentations across the city....