Sunday, June 26, 2011

Virtual Opticians Increasing Pressure on Real Opticians

The use of webcams, virtual mirrors and the latest internet tools have provided consumers with a hassle-free and stress-free way to choose and purchase their prescription eyeglasses online, says Arjun Sagar, founder and CEO of, during a conference yesterday held at the company’s headquarters in Atlanta. The virtual mirror works hand in hand with the prospective buyer’s webcam. Sagar said this technology supposedly solved the problems and issues that cynical buyers used to have. The online store is said to offer prescription glasses for as little as $6.95 and as  much as $50. Read more.

1 comment:

  1. I will always prefer to physically go to my Uptown Eye Doctor in Charlotte. I couldn't trust a diagnosis made over a webcam.