Getting your daily dose of solar power probably won't get any easier than putting on a pair of Ray-Bans one day.
Sunglasses make everything darker. So reverse sunglasses, then, must make everything lighter. No, it's not night vision, but instead a way to keep us northern hemispherites from getting all SAD right about now.
This new gadget from Sportiiiis promises to add a Heads-Up Display to any pair of sunglasses, letting athletes see real-time updates on their performance without taking their eyes off the ball.
The summer sun is here, and the last few days have just been heatwave after heatwave here in the Big Apple and across the world. Stylish sunglasses that minimize sun glare are a must. Sunglasses that darken only certain parts where glare is present? Smart.
We're not sure what to make of these biodegradable sunglasses made from human hair. They're definitely different, to say the least. Bound with natural resin, the hardened hair frames will certainly show off your funky sense of style, for sure.
We usually pass on the cheap gizmos peddled by Thanko, but every now and then they come up with something pretty cool, such as these sunglasses with a built-in HD camcorder.
Brazilian police are getting sunglasses with cameras attached that can automatically identify 400 known criminals per second from up to 12 miles away, designed to ferret out hooligans at the 2014 World Cup. They're watching you...
The darker sunglasses are, the better they work on the sun, and the worse they work on everything else you're trying to see. Now, the ancient and mystical art of holding your hand up to protect your eyes has been modernized and stuffed into a pair of shades.
These are Japan Self-Defense Force Sunglasses, and apparently they're officially endorsed by Japan's military. Maybe it's because the JSDF just likes the way they look, or perhaps it's the strong lenses. Each one is boasts the ability to withstand an...
Legos are maybe the world's best toy, what with them allowing kids to build whatever they want to play with that day. So why not bring them into more everyday objects? These sunglasses do just that. Lego teamed up with...