30 Mar '14, 12pm

Back by popular demand

Back by popular demand

The therapeutic Pinhole Glasses look like sunglasses. But instead of lenses, they have a thin sheet of perforated plastic replacing them, and allow extremely narrow parallel beam of light through the holes, eliminating the scattering of light. In turn, this reduces the circle of confusion on the retina. Thus, wearing the glasses is both relaxing and beneficial as the entire retina gets stimulated and exercised. With only 15 minutes of regular use, you can correct your vision.

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