Instead of â€œrecyclingâ€ the 3D glasses that my wife and I used during the movie, I took them home.
But now Kerrie, Sue, and others are â€œseeingâ€ some much-needed relief through a specialized pair of migraine glasses called TheraSpecs.
The Snap-it-Screw for fixing eyeglasses was developed when Nancy saw a need to repair eyeglasses worn by millions (and often to be fashionable).
Adlens is about to introduce a pair of inexpensive eyeglasses with both celebrity cachet and a technology that lets you adjust the prescription by just turning a knob.
Eyejusters, a UK-based company, is hoping to bring clear sight… with the companyâ€™s self-adjusting glasses.
If you venture into a coffee shop in the coming months and see someone with a pair of futuristic glasses that look like a prop from â€œStar Trek,â€ donâ€™t worry.
People who constantly reach into a pocket to check a smartphone for bits of information will soon have another option: a pair of Google-made glasses that will be able to stream information to the wearerâ€™s eyeballs in real time.
SnapIt, which cost Tedeschi $250,000 to get this far, is surprisingly simple: a 3 millimeter stainless steel optical screw built with a three-quarter inch snap-off extension.
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