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Snap launches new styles of Spectacles that look more like ... Snap has introduced the new Nico and Veronica styles of its Spectacles sunglasses. They've got the same features as Spectacles 2, but add polarized lenses, [...]
New electron glasses sharpen our view of atomic-scale features Scientists applied "electron glasses" to correct aberrations in APT data. Now, researchers have an extremely accurate, precise method for measuring the distances between interfaces in vital semiconductor structures. These structures include a silicon [...]
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Too Many Chinese Children Need Glasses. Beijing Blames Video Games. New controls on online games were among Chinese authorities' recommendations for reducing adolescent nearsightedness on Thursday, sending shares in the country's leading game publisher, Tencent, tumbling the next day. Shares of Japanese game [...]
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"Vidler on the Roof" gets a new pair of specs EAST AURORA, N.Y. — For nine years "The Vidler on the Roof" had the best view of East Aurora. But earlier this summer, his vision was impaired when his glasses were stolen right off his face. "They didn't fall off or blow off, we didn't find any [...]
@sethanikeem Nice glasses. I like the new haircut as well
RT @hereforthebabas: I don’t want Inno to get physically hurt of course.... but the idea of a new frame for his glasses...... mehehehe #NA…
When your new glasses cost over $400 out of pocket ☠️ #BlindAsABat
When you hit your 40s, you may have to pick up a pair of reading glasses to see things close up, but take them off when you look at things far away. If that's you, no one needs to remind you how frustrating that can be. Deep Optics, an Israeli company, calls its new technology "omnifocals. The company’s YouTube video explains the OmniFocals, saying the glasses have two hidden optical sensors on the glasses frame that constantly analyze the eye's pupillary distance which changes whenever we try to focus on a different depth in our... The sensors then send the information to processors that eventually adjust the lens to bring things in focus, no matter where you look. The company says a person wearing the glasses can see words in a book clearly and when the user looks up at another person or a television, the sensors adjust the lens so it is in focus.
Most of us know this habit is the cause for many a disrupted night's rest, but a new set of glasses from Japan may give us the protection we need. ns' Screen Night Use glasses claim to be able to reduce blue light exposure by 60 percent. While there are other glasses that shield our eyes from blue light, these are slimmer and specifically designed for bedtime use. Naturally, this isn't helpful at night as we're getting ready to sleep. Blue light, the type of light emitted by smartphones and tablets , is even worse, reducing our secretion of melatonin (a hormone that helps us sleep) more than regular light -- and up to twice as long as green light, according to Harvard research. ns' Screen Night Use frames come in four.
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Epson's Moverio BT-300 Smart Glasses Are Coming To Australia Google Glass may be dead, but Epson is still keeping the dream alive; its Moverio BT-300 smart glasses are the third and best iteration in a consistently evolving set of augmented-reality specs. The new glasses will be coming to Australia this year ... [...]
Henry Cavill claims the Clark Kent glasses ‘are enough’ … but are they? Cavill got us wondering though … are the glasses good enough? Join us in this little Internet ... Dean Cain played Superman in ABC’s “Lois and Clark.” Advertised as the “New Adventures of Superman,” it’s easy to see why Cain was tapped ... [...]
Henry Cavill Shows Why Clark's Glasses Are Good Enough In today's day and age, some people have been complaining that Clark Kent's glasses wouldn't do much to help disguise ... And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ... [...]
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Batman v Superman’ Star Proves Glasses Are a Good Disguise But here in 2016, who even needs glasses to go unrecognized? That's the point Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Henry Cavill makes in a new Instagram video. Obviously, Henry Cavill is tired of getting the same question about Clark Kent's lame disguise. [...]
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The Evolution of Cataract Surgery Earlier method was to cut half circumference of the cornea to bring out theentire lens, later prescribing the thick glasses.This technique was modified by leaving the support intact so that an IOL can be placed and glasses are required though not as thick ... [...]
Enlarge/ Relúmĭno smart glasses made by Samsung's C-Lab.SamsungSamsung's Creative Lab program lets employees explore new projects and spin off startup ideas, making devices that come out of the program intriguing. At CES next week, C-Lab will show off a few new projects, including Samsung's Relúmĭno smart glasses, which focus on helping those with vision impairments see more clearly.The spectacles are the first device to build on Samsung's Relúmĭno mobile app that debuted during last...
When the New Orleans Saints take on the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday (Jan. 14), will Coach Sean Payton be sporting his new clear-rimmed glasses? The coach's specs caught the eye of a lot of fans this past Sunday, when the team beat the Carolina Panthers, 31-26.It's been a big week for Payton, and not just because his Saints are on fire. Saints offensive lineman Zach Strief, a co-owner of Port Orleans Brewing Co., named a new beer after him. New Orleans musician Shamarr...
Langsam, wie von einem Geist geführt, bewegt sich eine zierliche Frau vom Eingang die Rampe hinunter zur Bühne. Ihr seltsam steifes Kleid gibt Laute von sich, die an Rückkopplungen erinnern, nur harmonischer. Es besteht nicht aus Stoff, sondern aus Lautsprechern.Bei jedem Schritt, jeder Armbewegung, jeder Neigung des Kopfes verändert sich der Klang: Es ist ein technoider und zugleich schamanistischer Anblick – und ein Klangerlebnis, das man nicht so schnell vergisst. Musiker, die so...