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Pinhole Eyeglasses, Miracle Cure?

27th April 2009
The concept of pinhole devices originated in China ages ago, approximately around fifth century BC. Metals or wood had crude slits in them for protection from direct sunlight and viewing objects clearly. The pinhole glasses had petite perforations that na... Read >

Pinhole Glasses: Beneficial for Those with Myopia and Eye Strain

27th April 2009
Pinhole glasses are believed to help cases of myopia, cataract, and strain through constant computer use. The nifty looking glasses are made of plastic and look like dark sunglasses with pin-sized holes spread all over its lens. While opinion about its ef... Read >

Experience Good Vision with Pinhole Eyeglasses

15th April 2009
Pinhole glasses are eyeglasses with a series of pinhole-sized perforations filling an opaque substance such as metal or plastic in place of each lens. The user looks through any of the many small holes in the material. These holes have the effect of reduc... Read >

Why are pinhole glasses imperative for eye protection?

12th April 2009
Spectacles are an integral part of the person who suffer from visual defects. Pinhole eyeglasses serve as an excellent alternative to prescription glasses, recommended by optometrists. Though pinhole glasses cannot eliminate the need for restorative eyegl... Read >

Get Better Vision With Pinhole Glasses

07th April 2009
Pinhole glasses come in eyeglass frames like you would have for sunglasses or regular corrective eyeglasses. Pinhole eyeglasses have a solid lens that you could not see through if it weren't for the holes. The pattern of little pinholes allows less light ... Read >

Pinhole Glasses: A Boon for People With Blurred Vision

31st March 2009
Modern pinhole eyeglasses contain synthetic plastic lens with diminutive perforations concealed by reflective coating that are fastened to trendy plastic or metal frames. The holes in the glasses restrain the amount of straying light rays that enter the e... Read >

Pinhole Glasses - A Very Promising Vision Therapy

10th March 2009
Pinhole glasses are also known as stenopeic glasses. These are specialty glasses that are designed and intended to increases the depth of field that the retina processes. This ultimately produces a much clearer image. Some studies have stated that if you ... Read >

Pinhole Glasses Is An All-In-One Eyewear

09th March 2009
The first time I saw pinhole eyeglasses was during a routine visit to a nearby pharmacy when I was in Singapore. To be honest, I first mistook these pinhole glasses for a fashion accessory considering its resemblance with regular sunglasses. I thought the... Read >

Pros and Cons of Pinhole Eyeglasses

03rd March 2009
There are many products in the market to give your eyes a clear vision. Prescription glasses are made for eyes to help them see clear and neat images without having to do surgical corrections. However, there are glasses known as "pinhole glasses" that are... Read >

Eliminate Eye Strain with Pinhole Glasses

03rd March 2009
Pinhole glasses are those manufactured from opaque metal or plastic lens, through laser technology, that contains diminutive holes distributed evenly across the lens. They are also popularly known as aerobic or eye workout glasses. They are fastened to fr... Read >

Relax Your Eye Muscles with Pinhole Glasses

28th February 2009
It has been observed that poor eye sight is caused by strain in the eye muscles. Very rarely is anyone born with poor eye sight. When the eyes begin to have problems in focusing, it is normally corrected by the use of corrective lens to resolve the focusi... Read >

A Few Precautions When Using Pinhole Glasses

25th February 2009
Pinhole glasses are the alternative for the conventional glasses. It offers a better exercise than the others. It contains more number of perforations over an opaque material like plastic or metal. These perforations reduce the width of the diverging rays... Read >

Modern Pinhole Glasses

23rd February 2009
Pinhole glasses are eyeglasses having a perforated plastic sheet in place of a lens in a general spectacle. A series of pinhole-sized perforations are made in the sheet whish allows the vision through them. Such type of glasses is also known at Stenopeic ... Read >

A Doubter's Experiments Triggered by Pinhole Glasses

23rd February 2009
When I first heard of pinhole glasses, I was highly skeptical. I already knew about old, even prehistoric, uses of wooden or leather eye-coverings with small holes punched in them, or hats with multiple strips of leather hanging down in front to cover the... Read >

Pinhole Eyeglasses: A Timeless Solution for Vision Correction

20th February 2009
Pinhole or aerobic eyeglasses provide protection to the eye since the ancient history of mankind. They were originally manufactured of wood, leather and bones carefully crafted with minute punctures which allow tiny, straight beams of light that are gentl... Read >
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