We geeks are weird by nature, but if you find that you are not weird enough, just put on one of these pairs of Instant Weirdo Glasses and you will be extra weird.
The one thing I think everyone can agree upon, is that we all spend way to much time in front of a computer. Whether it is playing video games, working on Excel sheets, websurfing or just everyday work, our eyes need a break from the […]
Are you looking for some pint glasses to separate you from all your friends and their boring everyday mugs? How about the Atari Arcade Pint Glasses. This 4 pack is a cool way to show off some Atari retro style and still enjoy your favorite […]
Sometimes you just need a drink. If you are grieving it’s understandable, but if you don’t know exactly how much you should drink, maybe these Good Grief Glasses can help.
After downing a shot of hard liquor, it is common to suck a lime wedge or drink a chaser like beer, coke, juice, or water to smooth things out. Although hard core drinkers just do another shot as the chaser. Now with these Gummy Shot […]
The sporty looking Immortal Video Glasses is equipped with a VGA video camera that is capable of recording video in a 736×480 pixel resolution and store the recorded material onto the 4GB large built-in memory.
“Night-Owl” is the name of this super-light little light-emitting diode lamp that easily clips onto your glasses and will provide you with a long-lasting bright reading light.
The Korean company Samsung has teamed up with the Austrian frame manufacturer Silhouette and created what is said to be the lightest 3D glassed in the world. To provide a perfect balance, the eyewear holds most of the electronics at the rear of the specs. […]
Often with spy gadgets, they are quite bulky and not at all very innocent looking. But with these glasses, the manufacturer has done quite a good job hiding the camcorder.
The small “See Hear Now” device is an amplifier which is able to increase the sound level with up to 50 decibels. It attaches easily to any type of style eye glass frame using a 360-degree rotating clip and delivers the sound via an earplug.
These new ski goggles are said to be the only ones featuring a with a “Heads Up” performance display, meaning that they use GPS to display and store a wide range of data that can be both fun and useful for your skiing experience.
Fans of night vision gadgets like the Night Vision Binoculars, the Night Vision Digital Video Camera and the Pocket Night Vision Scope can now add a new gizmo to their collections.
These magnifying glasses, featuring two bright LED lights and four different lens options, are said to be suitable for stamp collectors, sewing, reading, drawing etc.
The Swedish-sounding startup Gunnar Optiks is a San Diego-based technology company that develops eyewear to help reduce the side effects of looking at a computer screen or digital hand-held devices for extended periods of time. i-AMP Lens Technology gives you better performance and a visual […]
The Vuzix iWear line of lightweight multimedia eyewear gives the user a big screen experience by creating a virtual display equivalent to a 62-inch screen viewed from a distance of 9 feet (depending on model).
These “spy glasses” comes with 1GB of storage, a remote control, built-in earbuds and MP3 player, USB 2.0 interface, and a 1.3 megapixel digital camera that allows you to snap photos at a 1280×1024 pixel resolution.
SightMate is a portable lightweight low vision aid system. The video magnifier is worn like eyeglasses and helps optimizing residual peripheral vision.
Here’s an alternative to those Cinemizer iPod Video Glasses that we covered last month. This model can be connected to any multi-media device with an AV output, and will give you an 80-inch virtual screen.
We have seen the LED Reading Glasses. If you’re planning for more lively activities though, these glasses from AOSafety are probably a better choice.
Cinemizer is a pair of iPod video glasses that recently was launched by the Carl Zeiss optical systems manufacturer during the Macworld Expo 2008.