We never thought we’d be talking about football in our blog. But… The Detroit Lions dropped more passes last season than nearly any other team in football. Not good. So, this year, the players have begun to initiate a new eyewear technology into their practices that will hopefully help to improve their game, big time. … Continue reading Improving Their Game With Technologically-Advanced Eyewear
Google Glass is back. Do you remember that failed consumer product that fizzled upon release, then tanked about two years ago? Well, it’s returned – but with a slight twist. Google Glass is now being marketed in a customized form for just businesses. Called, “Glass Enterprise Edition,” the new endeavor was officially launched this week. … Continue reading Google Glass Redux
It’s happening. Wearable tech is no doubt beginning to heavily infiltrate the eyewear world – and we’re not just talking VR goggles. Italian eyewear company Safilo is currently testing sunglasses that actually measure your focus level, then help you to improve it. Athletes are the main participants in the tests, because focus is key to … Continue reading Glasses That Measure Brain Activity
Imagine living life in the dark. 300 million people in the world do this on a daily basis, and have come to know blindness as a fact of their lives. Many of them were blind at birth, but for others, conditions such as macular degeneration have led to blindness over time. But there is a … Continue reading New Sight With the Help of Science
Today is the one-year anniversary of CJO Blog! In the last 12 months, we’ve enjoyed sharing tons of eyewear info with you, from tips on how to pick the perfect frames for your face shape, to cool research studies about whether people who wear glasses are actually smarter, and the benefits of coffee to the … Continue reading Happy Anniversary To CJO Blog!
Move over, bifocals and reading glasses. A team based at the University of Utah has just unveiled “Smart Glasses,” which have liquid-based lenses. They automatically adjust focus upon whatever their wearer is looking at. Near, or far – no matter. The possibility of this idea being perfected no doubt has myopic reading-glass-wearers cheering. But… how … Continue reading Glasses that automatically focus on what you see
Quick: how do you normally click your selfies to share with friends? With your mobile phone, you say? Well, welcome to 2017, where you can do all this… with your glasses. We’re not kidding. PogoTec, a wearable tech eyewear startup headquartered in Roanoke, VA, just announced the PogoCam, a small camera that actually attaches to … Continue reading Shoot videos with your… glasses?