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Goodbye to the glasses


Imagine stopping wearing glasses or contact lenses with your devices!

Imagine stopping wearing glasses or contact lenses with your devices! 
We all know the annoyance caused by the use of glasses when we use devices with screens. 

That is why this idea of ​​developing an application that revolutionizes digital screens arises. 

The problem will be to create this corrective application with reverse optical engineering, to make innovative technology for people with vision problems. All the digital screens can work as a great office and ophthalmological laboratory 

Create a system of adaptations in the screens and a system of recognition applications that correct the ocular vision directly on the screens of the devices or introducing graduations and ophthalmological data. 

The user will enjoy optimal visual quality without the use of glasses because they will be adapted to your ophthalmological prescription, these screens can offer the user personalized visualization and reading. 

That is, they will not be pleasant to see for the eyes of others.

It can be done?

Thank you

  • Tornado March 22, 2020, 10:36 p.m. PDT
    How will it work for other people who use ur devices. What about when ur walking in the dark and you have terrible vision and accidental step on your animals. I think when insurance company’s pay for Lazer eye surgery and they will know people out for it more people will get it done in the next 10 years.
  • Andrey Kabanov March 1, 2019, 10:54 p.m. PST
    This is more than an interesting idea. I think additional glass screens for monitors should be invented. Moreover, the degree of curvature of these screens (refractive index) must be different for different sections. Before use, the screen should be calibrated to the user's sight. The screen should be liquid (for ease of setting for different people). And the curvature of different parts of the screen should be changing in dynamics. For example, when changing the distance of the eye to the monitor and the offset of the main axis.
  • Global Innovator Jan. 28, 2019, 2:43 p.m. PST
    nothing new under the sun
    wearing glasses vs. wearing tablet is your choice
  • Deleted Jan. 6, 2019, 9:35 a.m. PST