The Smart Glasses

The Smart Glasses

Have you ever wondered the glasses we wear can do more, like capturing every moment you see? Well, there are Snapchat spectacles camera-equipped sunglasses, which you can click the picture, and record videos. The captured pictures and videos from Spectacles also let you capture the world around you without removing you from that world. And Snapchat Spectacles will let you capture things from a unique perspective. But its capabilities only limits a person to record the video for 10 seconds. Google…

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The Aviator

The Aviator

Aviator sunglasses are a style of sunglasses that were developed by Bausch & Lomb. The original Bausch & Lomb design is now marketed as Ray-Ban Aviators, although other manufacturers also produce aviator style sunglasses. The Aviators named was taken from the United States Aircraft Pilots, as these were initially created for them. The pilots were naturally affected by the intense sun at higher altitudes, as they would land exhausted and stained with no eye protection. Bush & Lomb optical protection…

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The Clubmaster

The Clubmaster

Ray Ban Clubmaster, which is popularly known as Browline glasses. Browline glasses first became popular in the 1950s and 1960s. The name derives from the fact that the bold upper part of the frame, frame the lenses in the same way that eyebrows frame the eyes. Shuron Ltd. manufactured the Clubmaster glasses in 1947 under the name of Ronsir. The design of Clubmaster glasses is combination of metal and fiber or aluminum, the glasses are fixed in metal frames, which…

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John Lennon glasses

John Lennon glasses

“If someone thinks that love and peace is a cliché that must have been left behind in the 60’s, that’s his problem. Love and peace are eternal.” John Lennon John Lennon glasses are originally called “round glasses.” The other popular name of John Lennon glasses “teashade” glasses. These glasses are usually a small round glass with a thin wire frame, with mirror tinting or dark tinted prescription sunglasses.     In the 1960’s, these glasses were made famous by John Lennon,…

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Wayfarer

Wayfarer

Wayfarer, a person who travels on foot. Ray-Ban introduced Wayfarer in 1952, surrounded by the landscape of womb chairs and Cadillac tail fins. Raymond Stegeman, an eyewear, designer for Ray-Ban, created the Wayfarer. The glasses’ distinctive trapezoidal frame spoke a non-verbal language that hinted at unstable dangerousness, but one nicely tempered by the sturdy arms which, according to the advertising, gave the frames a ‘masculine look. Wayfarer marked the transition a period of eyewear, with thin metal frames and an…

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My Eye wear collection

My Eye wear collection

Have you ever had such a obsession with glasses, that you buy every glasses in the town all at once ?. I have that obsession. I am pretty much self conscious about what types of eyewear suits me. Fashion is the most artistic medium there is. Whether you realize it or not, getting dressed is a creative act. You’re defining yourself. Because fashion is so closely tied to identity many are passionate about it. that’s why I always focus on…

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