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SightFest brings groovy glasses to Utah kids in need She was hardly alone. Some 75 Salt Lake City School District students received free eye exams and selected frames Friday during a SightFest event. Most of the students had been identified by Some of the children required glasses to simply correct [...]
These Customizable Eyeglasses Let Kids Create Their Own Pair Pair Eyewear is looking to make it easy—and more fun—for kids to wear prescription and non-prescription glasses. Co-founded by Nathan Kondamuri and Sophia Edelstein, Pair wants to let kids wear eyeglasses and sunglasses with style. Officially [...]
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Startup Spotlight: Mental Health, AR Tech Support and Eyeglasses for Kids Each week TechCo discovers the latest emerging technology and startups helping us streamline our lives. This week we found an augmented reality app that can help with your remote tech support needs, cool eyewear for kids and a mental health app to get [...]
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Startup Spotlight: Fake News, Custom Eyeglasses and a Credit Card for Kids Gone are the days of picking generic eye glasses at a store that are made for the masses. Topology Eyewear makes glasses that are sculpted asymmetrically and conform to your unique facial features. Through an iPhone camera, simply take selfies and the [...]
Every year on March 17th, cities and towns around the world are painted green in celebration of Ireland’s foremost patron saint, Saint Patrick. The day, which traditionally celebrates the beginning of Christianity in Ireland and Irish culture in general, is a time for everyone, Irish or not, to indulge in all things from the Emerald Isle. To help get the maker community in the mood for the upcoming Irish festival, we have put together a list of our top ten 3D printed Saint Patrick’s Day accessories, which can be worn, carried or used in your Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations,... Though it may seem obvious, what better way to get into the St. Patty’s Day mood than by adorning yourself with some 3D printed lucky charms.
Remember, I paid more than $750 for one pair of eyeglasses with progressive lenses and fancy shmancy frames — which, by the way, never fit right and I could never get used to. I console myself knowing that I wasn’t aware of an online option at the... You cannot get an eye exam online. You need to see your optometrist or ophthalmologist for a proper eye exam. SELECT AN ONLINE PROVIDER. PICK OUT THE FRAMES. Both providers mentioned offer frames for men, woman, teens and kids. No optometrist I know has more than 700 frame choices. And let’s agree that if you must wear glasses, it’s all about the frames. Select a few frames you like, upload a photo of yourself — or whomever — and virtually try on every frame.
Illinois Eye Institute at Princeton Elementary School Celebrates Five Years of Serving Chicago Students “However, their exam really is just the start of a lifetime of healthy eyes. It’s important that parents and teachers encourage children to wear their glasses or replace lost or broken glasses, so they can continue to learn and grow. Healthy eyes ... [...]
Something to keep your eyes on: affordable glasses with lenses that need no prescription The goal: produce inexpensive eyeglasses with adjustable lenses that require no prescription. “We have spoken to potential customers here in Los Angeles in the College Park area who have told us how their children are struggling in school or how they or ... [...]
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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Spotted Shopping For Kids In London Amid Divorce Rumors, Sex And Drugs ‘Diary Confessions’ Pitt was pictured wearing his signature flat cap with tinted glasses and a scarf over his black coat ... Recently reports surfaced that Jolie fired one of their children's nannies after she spotted Pitt developing a close friendship with her. [...]
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Mandeville High's 'Invisible Children' club helps Ugandan youth "Invisible Children has been a great experience for me throughout my years at Mandeville High," Vice president Kelly Clement said. "I am so proud of our club and how much we have helped the people of Uganda, Africa. Bringing shoes, eyeglasses, building a ... [...]
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Blake Shelton Goes Green: The Ram Report The country music superstar ventured into self deprecating humor with a "Throwback Thursday" photo of himself in high school, sporting glasses and a mullet. But the kids seemed to laugh the hardest when he came out in a full unicorn costume. And ... [...]
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Being able to see the fall leaves change or even reading a book are things many of us who can see clearly may take for granted.All this week, Xavier University and the charity OneSight teamed up to bring clear vision to children across the Cincinnati area. For hundreds of students, it was like looking at new world as they put on their new glasses. The OneSight Vision Care Clinic setup in the Armory at Xavier University, seeing more than 800 students...
WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) — As the season of giving approaches, two West Michigan sisters are thinking about children like them thousands of miles away.Marian Listen, 9, and Claire Hoop, 10, haven’t always been sisters.“We’ve been stepsisters since 2014, said Listen. Her mother corrects her that it was actually 2013.Marriage brought the two together, but the sisters have a lot in common.Both love to talk about their baby brother Joey, go to St. John Vianney Catholic School in Wyoming and wear...
Step sisters collecting glasses for kids in Bangladesh WYOMING, MICH - Like many people, Claire Hoop doesn't have perfect vision."I have really bad eyesight, so it would be really hard for me without glasses," said the Saint John Vianney fifth-grader.Clair and her stepsister, Marian Listen, are on a mission."We have over 300 pair of glasses," Marian said.This isn't the first time Claire and Marian have volunteered, it's just the first time they've done this."We are collecting glasses...