Anyone who spends hours each day staring at a computer screen, knows that your eyes can quickly become tired and irritated. These glasses combat the problem by releasing water or eye drop solution near your eyes as needed.
How much would you pay to close your eyes? Sounds like a ridiculous question, but for audiophiles, it looks like the answer is about $45. The Musicmask may look like a pair of sunglasses, but they are completely opaque, blocking all light an essentially making you blind.
Ask almost anyone who wears bifocal or progressive glasses, and they'll tell you what a pain they are to use. Personally, I've considered going back to separate distance and reading glasses, but now it looks like there may be a technological solution to this centuries old problem.
Fashionable spy gear is usually hard to find. Spy glasses usually look like this. On the other hand, the video recording glasses you see in the photo above don't look too shabby.
Scratching your glasses usually means you've just ruined them, but an Israeli researcher has figured out a way to etch a lens so that it acts as a bifocal — letting the wearer see things both near and far — but without the hassle.
A lot of deaf people learn to read lips, but that's got to be a tough learning curve, with inexact results at best. Wouldn't if be great if you could simply give the hearing impaired a written transcript of what you're saying in real time?
The thought police have finally arrived. These prototype Lifelogging glasses from Sony Computer Science Laboratories, take the idea of recording your life to an entirely new and potentially frightening level.
Are you looking to take some first-person video without anyone knowing that you're doing it? Are you also the kind of person who likes wearing huge, bulky, ugly glasses? Well, if so, these video glasses for you. Not so into...
Those 3D TVs would be so much better without the annoying glasses, and Newsight's huge 70-inch glasses-free display could be the biggest one yet. It's using parallax barrier technology, consisting of an extra screen with precisely placed slits placed in...
A few weeks back, I warned potential Blu-ray and HDTV buyers to hold off because 3D HDTV is coming. Considering the buzz around Avatar, your inability to wait means no watching Cameron's epic in 3D at home, which means IMAX-sized...