‘Hair Glasses’: Eyeglasses made of human hair

hair glasses

Made from hair and bioresin, the resulting frames are 100 percent biodegradable.

Human hair has been turned into sustainalbe eyewear by two Royal College of Art students, Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves.  Petroleum-based plastic or energy-intensive wire frames are a necessary evil for those who are not blessed with 20/20 vision.  “Hair glasses,” however, tap into a readily available and renewable resource: the millions of pounds of hair cuttings that salons across the United Kingdom throw away each year.

 

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emPower Electronic Corrective Eyeglasses to Replace Progressive Lenses and Bifocals

electronic eyeglasses

The emPower glasses use liquid crystals to avoid the problems of bifocals.

A new device may be joining smartphones, iPads and music players that you have to charge overnight: electronic eyeglasses. These glasses have tiny batteries, microchips and assorted electronics to turn reading power on when you need it and off when you don’t.

 

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