Ray-Ban shades are popular enough as it is, but the company isn't resting on its laurels. Instead, it's introducing a new foldable model of its iconic Aviator sunglasses. This new addition to the 55-year old Aviator line will sell for between $195 and $295, depending on style. You can find them in some retail shops now, and they'll be available on the Ray-Ban site in short order as well if you'd rather purchase directly.
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We chat with Mark Graham of PixelOptics in this episode. PixelOptics impressed us with its futuristic take on corrective vision and glasses. As you'll see, they've been able to put liquid crystal into the lenses, along with circuitry in the frame, that allows you to enable and disable the bifocal mode on your glasses with a tap of the frame. You can also enable an auto on/off by way of the accelerometer. Even if you don't wear glasses, this is a very cool look at what can be done. This video was recorded at CES 2012.
We bring you a full rundown of Gunnar Optiks in this episode. Gunnar makes some amazing computer and gaming glasses that significantly reduce eye strain and make a long workday (or gaming marathon) a super pleasant experience on your eyes. Gunnar also makes prescription models, as well as 3D eyewear. We bring you a rundown of how the technology works, and a look at the Spring 2012 Gunnar Collection. You can check out Gunnar glasses on Amazon. This video was recorded at CES 2012.
This might be just the thing to give for Father’s Day, to encourage both book reading and computing. Solid Alliance has taken the concept of the old type of bookmark and combined it with a new USB drive. One is a 30 x 168 x 2mm Feather while the other is a 33 x 152 x 2mm pair of Glasses. Each holds up to 2GB memory and has a price of JPY 4,100.00 (~$42.00.)
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Last week we showed you a spycam in a pen, but if you are the type that tends to lose them, you can do your 007 thing with the Digital Glasses Camera and DVR with built-in color monitor. Record both color video and audio with 32 MB memory, or expand with a SD/MMC card (neither included.) You can also add time and date stamp and the cam is compatible with either NTSC or PAL.The glasses and recorder are available for £695 (~$1448.00.)
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Even if you are not a Paris or Britney, you can look like one in your own humiliating poses with these Stupidiotic Black Bar Glasses. Better still, next time one of your buds passes out in a stupor, put them on him/her, take a picture, and send it to them with a note that you have will be putting it on Flickr unless he/she comes up with a really nice Christmas gift this year. The glasses are available at our fave Danish site for DKK 79,00 (~$15.00.)
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In a world of 1s and 0s…are you a zero, or The One? The Matrix exists, at least in the world of Russian designer Alexei Shulgin. He has created goggles that use filters to transform reality into a virtual world. The artist says that they work similar to filters in Photoshop, such as inverted colors and boost coloration. The glasses’ images can be projected on a screen and can work for several hours on one charge. We understand that the gadget really doesn’t do anything, still there is always room for another warped view of the planet.
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