A new product that promises to help people stop their glass from smudging and keep their eyes clear has just gone on sale.
The Glass Lifestyle is a wearable device designed to remove the smudging from glass by filling it with an “optical filter”.
The filter allows you to see the particles, or smudge, in the glass without the need for a microscope.
The technology has been developed by a startup called Dishwashing Liquid Glass.
Its creators hope it will help people reduce their exposure to potentially harmful particles in their glasses, which can cause eye and respiratory problems.
“People are very sensitive to light,” co-founder and CEO David Vella told Mashable.
“We thought, ‘What if we could help people to stay in their own space?'”
The device is a flexible tube with a small camera attached that is attached to your glasses, and you can place it in front of you and wear it over your glasses.
The camera is mounted on a transparent plastic cover that lets you view the filter, which has an infrared sensor attached.
“It works as a sensor, and when you put it in your eye, it’s very sensitive,” Vella said.
“You can look through it and see tiny particles.
So when you look at something like a glass of water, you don’t need to go into a room and go through the process of seeing that water.”
Dish washing liquid glass filter, left, and lens that can be used to filter out the particles.(Image credit: Dish washing Liquid Glass)The glasses filter is made of glass and can be applied to any surface, like a surface of a glass bottle, for the same reason that a magnifying glass can be placed on a glass surface.
You can purchase a filter for $79.99 on Dishwiling Liquid Glass’ website, which offers a 30-day money back guarantee.
You need to buy the glass filter as part of the Glass Lifestyles subscription.
If you decide to cancel your subscription and return it, you can do so within a week, Vella explained.
The glasses can also be purchased at retail stores, but the company is also partnering with retailers to provide the glasses at their store.
In an interview with Mashable, Velli explained that he is inspired by how much people love to watch TV, so he decided to create a device that would allow people to watch television without glasses.
“The thing that we thought about when we created Glass Livers is how many people do we want to reach?
How many people would like to be able to get their hands on Glass Lives and wear them?” he said.
Vella hopes that his product will be a tool that can help people with allergies and other conditions, and that it will be an alternative to prescription glasses for people with eye and nose problems.
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