Since the very first commercially available sunglasses, designers have always looked for new materials for their frames. Sometimes they look for the lightest materials.
Since the 1960’s, nearsightedness, also known as myopia, has doubled among kids and young people in the United States. The same is true in Europe.
May I have your attention please? That may seem like an odd way to start an article on a sunglasses website, but it isn’t. At least, not when the article is about an exciting innovation, which helps people focus their attention.
It seems spring has finally sprung for many states. As the weather improves and nature starts to bloom and blossom, it’s also the start of the allergy season for many of us.
I discovered an interesting innovation in sunglasses today, which really captured my attention.
I saw an interesting article on the news this weekend, about what they called “Smartphone Sunglasses". As you can imagine, this grabbed my attention.
This is perhaps the most original sunglasses story I have shared with you so far. It’s a story of one entrepreneurs attempt to recapture a piece of his home town, through handmade sunglasses.
You’ve heard people say that sometimes, life imitates art. Well, now we can say “sunglasses imitate social media”. Okay, maybe not the whole of social media, but Instagram.
So, March has finally arrived, signalling the start of spring. With warmer weather just around the corner, it’s a great time to think about your next pair of sunglasses.
When the initial Google Glass project was shelved in January 2015, it had many people wondering if so-called “wearable technology”, including smart sunglasses, had a future as mass-market products.