Thursday, July 11, 2013

More about Hi-Tech Glasses (Except Google)

In an article "High-Tech Eyeglasses, Not Made by Google," New York Times columnist David Pogue writes: "If someone mentions the phrase 'high-tech glasses,' you probably assume that person is talking about Google Glass...The truth is, though, that 2013 has been the Year of the High-Tech Glasses in other, quieter ways. At least three new eyeglass technologies have arrived. They’re not intended to bring the Internet to your eyeball. They have a more traditional goal: improving your vision." He discusses Adlens Variable Focus eyeglasses, which have been around for a while, but he also looks into the O2AMP Color-Assisting Glasses that give doctors a clearer view of the oxygen levels in the blood and the Glasses.com 3D Virtual Try-On App. To find out more, read the article.

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