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VIDEO: New Smart Glasses Replace Bifocals

Healthcare Packaging - Oct 26, 2018
A recent BBC post featured a new development in eyewear that could one day replace bifocals. A Japanese company, Mitsui Chemicals, has developed hi-tech glasses called TouchFocus that transform into bifocals with the push of a button. Liquid crystals ...

Touch a button to turn these glasses into bifocals!

Yanko Design - Form Beyond Function - Oct 26, 2018
Easily something out of a sci-fi novel, Mitsui Chemical's TouchFocus spectacles have lenses made from a liquid crystal that can alter shape at will, going from one pre-determined form to another. How does TouchFocus use this incredibly innovative ...

William Goldman Dies At 87

Interlochen - Nov 17, 2018
I got vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals - that's from his screenplay of "Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid." William Goldman died this week at the age of 87. He won Oscars for both those films, and many other awards. He wrote novels ...

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What are bifocals and how do they work?

This Dr Whiteboard explains what bifocal lenses are and how they work for you in your glasses.

Reading Glasses vs. Bifocals vs. Progressives

http://www.friendswoodvision.com Optometrist Dr. Thu Tran of Friendswood Vision describes the different types of lenses you can get in your glasses to correct ...

Bifocals Explained. For People Who Prefer Bifocals To Progressives In Their Glasses.

Affordable bifocal glasses at http://www.visio-rx.com A short, simple explanation of what bifocals are, what types are available, and where you can get them for a ...

Bifocals, Trifocals, and Progressive Lenses: What's the Difference?

Bifocal lenses, trifocal lenses and progressive lenses all serve a unique purpose. But what's the difference?


Most people over the age of about 45 who wear glasses for distance gradually find it more difficult to focus on near objects. Reading becomes more difficult and ...