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RT @EyewearForum: Blackfin presents its new spectacle frames from the Black Edition range, a collection that takes titanium frames to the n…
The global spectacle frames and mounting market is driven by increasing incidence of vision problems. North America dominates the global market for spectacle frames and mounting market due to large number of aging population and high incidence of vision problems in the region. Asia, followed by Europe, is expected to show high growth rate in the next few years in global spectacle frames and mounting market. China and India are expected to be the fastest growing spectacle frames and mounting markets in Asian region. Some of the key driving forces for spectacle frames and mounting market in emerging countries are large pool of patients, growing awareness and improvement in the healthcare facilities.
Titan Eyeplus, the eyewear unit of Titan Co, the country's largest watch maker plans to set up a new factory to make spectacle frames locally and reduce imports. Titan has an existing lens making facility at Chikkaballapur, on Bengaluru outskirts. The new unit would build nickel and lead free, lightweight titanium and aluminum frames that would have better precision and accuracy. India's spectacle market that include frames and lenses was around $ 2 billion in 2013, according to Ken Research. The market grew 27 per cent annually since 2007. Frames account to around a tenth of the total demand. But nearly 99 per cent of the spectacle frames are imported," said Namit Goel, Head of Research at Ken Research.
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 ... in school or how they or their spouse can’t find jobs because they can’t afford glasses,” said Fong, who hopes to sell FlexSpecs for about $50 a pair. [...]
Futuristic eyeglasses adjust your prescription on the fly (Tomorrow Daily 331) And for all the eyeglasses-wearing guys and gals out there ... particularly if you've ever peered over or under your current glasses to read something nearby. Of course, you can find us everywhere on social media. Like, follow and heart us as you desire! [...]
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Consumer Reports: Need eyeglasses? Don’t overlook this Picking eyeglass frames that look right is tough enough. Consumer Reports offers steps that will help. The two best-selling lenses are the most basic ones: the CR-39 and the polycarbonate, both plastic. (Few people now use glass, which is heavy and breakable.) [...]
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Prototype ‘omnifocal’ lenses can auto-focus on whatever you’re looking at How does Deep Optics’ technology know where you’re looking? Sensors in the glasses track the pupils, which is then sent to a processor built into the frame to deliver the necessary power adjustment. All of this happens in real-time, without the need ... [...]
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Buying Glasses Online That’s why there are online retailers who offer glasses for a low price. Warby Parker: There are many people who love this store. They offer the option of selecting five frames to try on at home with no charge. Once they selected the one they like ... [...]
Never mind cake and eating: Do you want to have your smartphone and text with friends before bedtime, without turning into a raving insomniac? Are you emotionally powerless to switch off the television two hours before beddy-bye and read a “book”? You can have it all, if you watch the screen through amber-lensed glasses, according to a Columbia University paper to be published in the January issue of Journal of Psychiatric Research.The study was a very small one, but it could impact the lives...
When 17-year-old Cole Williams was surprised by co-workers with the Christmas gift of Enchroma colorblindness glasses, he was just excited to be able to match his clothes for high school. Williams is one of many who has benefited from a growth of options for people who are colorblind to see a new world of color. The internet is filled with videos, like Cole's, which went viral in December. But how do the lenses work? Every case of colorblindness varies, meaning the eyewear's effectiveness...
Vuzix, a Rochester, New York-based display provider, has been trying to resurrect the promise of Google Glass for years now, but this year’s iteration finally feels ready. The company’s new product, called the Vuzix Blade, was unveiled at CES this week in Las Vegas. It’s a pair of augmented reality smart glasses that float a screen in the upper right corner of your vision. But unlike previous iterations, in which the technology protruded in ugly and apparent fashion, the Blade is the first...