Americans look at their cell phones an average of 100 times a day. That’s a lot of emojis. There’s more: 30 percent of adults use some kind of digital device for at least nine hours a day, and one in four children focuses their attention on one each day for at least three hours. … Continue reading “Digital Eye Strain”: It’s Not a Rock Band
Are you Eyewear-Resistant? Meaning: do you hesitate to wear glasses or sunnies because you’re concerned the complexity of your prescription might make you look far less fabulous than you actually are? Well, fear not: a new day has arrived. No matter what your prescription, there is a good chance that you, too can shed your contact … Continue reading Modern Lens Technology Eliminates “Eyewear Shyness”
So… summer’s coming. And with it comes more outdoor activities, ranging from sports to picnics to reunions and vacations. All equate to increased exposure to the sun and its ultraviolet effects. Be sure you’re prepared to protect your eyes with lenses that shield them from UV rays. The alternative could lead to serious damage in the … Continue reading Have Fun in the Sun – With the Right Eyewear
Imagine being able to retrieve money from your bank account simply by looking at your ATM machine. Now stop imagining. It’s already happening. Iris recognition is being used in lieu of debit cards at over 1,000 ATM’s of financial institutions in Chicago and Montreal. Larger banks such as Citgroup, Bank of America and J.P. Morgan … Continue reading Iris Recognition Technology: At an ATM near you.
Do you frequently use a computer for work, school or otherwise? Perhaps computer glasses are the right choice for keeping your vision crystal clear. Our computer screens generally sit about 20-27 inches away from our faces – which is much closer than the distances we see when we’re driving, but further than book-reading distance. Prescription … Continue reading Computer Glasses: More of a deal than you think