Wooden frames are becoming more and more popular. As a material, wood is lighter, and it provides warmth, both in appearance and on the skin. These frames stand out in a relaxed, natural way. They have dark stripes, black temple tips, and spring hinges.
The origin of modern eyeglasses
The origins of modern glasses can be traced back more than 1,000 years. In the Middle Ages, the reading stones used by monks were glass spheres, sometimes filled with water and placed on objects to magnify them.Glassblowers in Italy created reading stones, similar to modern hand-held magnifying glasses. The reading stone can be placed on the wearer's nose or in front of the face. Later, Spanish craftsmen built the first cobra-framed temple in the 17th century. They tie ribbons or strings to the frames and tie them around the user's ear.
In the 18th century, Edward Scarlett created the first wearable glasses, providing more comfort for eyewear wearers. These early glasses had glass lenses embedded in heavy frames made of wood, lead, or copper. Natural materials of leather, bone, and horn were later used to make the frames. In the early seventeenth century, lighter steel frames were invented. As eyewear continued to evolve and prescription accuracy improved, the trend for eyewear to become more fashionable began. In the 18th century, bifocal lenses appeared, making it possible to correct upper myopia and lower presbyopia. Later glasses were designed to be fixed by a ribbon or by applying pressure to the bridge of the nose. In the 1980s, plastic lenses were introduced, providing a more durable alternative to glass lenses. Ultimately, the glasses used today are the result of centuries of technological and intellectual advances.
What are the benefits of memory metal frames?
Memory metal materials are inherently lighter than metal materials, which can reduce the pressure on the bridge of the nose and skin. The memory metal frame is super elastic, so it never deforms, and it is so apparent that the temples on both sides of the frame line up with the ring. Because the bending can be automatically restored to its original state, the stability is comparatively strong. It has the benefits of high-temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, which will not cause skin allergy, and so on. It is a hypoallergenic lightweight metal for eyeglass frames that is strong and flexible. It is resistant to corrosion, making it proper for people who work, live or play sports in all kinds of outdoor weather conditions. The memory metal can be placed on the side of the face, making it easier and more comfortable to wear. The memory temples can freely rebound 180 degrees without deformation, making up for the insufficient effect of elastic β titanium. This kind of frame is not able to recover due to careless bending, and it has the function of restoring shape itself.
The extraction of titanium
Nowadays, the commonly used extraction method is the reduction method of titanium tetrachloride. Compared to copper and zinc, although high in content, much more expensive. On the other hand, China is the country with the largest reserves of titanium, and a large number of steel mills with perennial overcapacity began to produce titanium, so the price of titanium fell year after year.
Who are TR90 glasses for?
Both plate glasses and TR90 frames have their own characteristics and benefits. The plate glasses deduce fashion and are easier to match clothes. It integrates the plate and the texture of the metal, which can better reflect the personality and style. TR90 frames have been widely used in many optical fields like sunglasses, 3D glasses, polarized glasses, radiation-resistant glasses, etc.TR90 frame is so popular in men and women because of its variability. TR90 frame can be perfectly combined with other metals. The neat lines and bright colors bring fresh and energetic outdoor energy to the dull city. The light texture, about half lighter than the plate frame, can reduce the burden on the bridge of the nose, ears, and facial skin, which is very suitable for teenagers who just wear glasses.
Design principle of aspheric lens
Early optical lenses use spherical lenses. Because the glasses were small round frames, the problem of lens edge aberration was not paid attention to. It wasn't until large frames became popular that the problem became apparent. For the spherical lenses, aberration cannot be corrected with the combined lens. Only a few variables of the lens can be found to reduce aberration and improve clarity. Aspheric lenses are designed to reduce the aberration of optical correction lenses and to make lenses flatter and reduce lens magnification. We can get clearer, thinner, lighter-quality lenses. Thus, aspheric lenses are used to reduce aberration and astigmatism to a minimum, close to the natural vision of the naked eye. The spherical aberration can be reduced by changing the curvature of the edge. The refraction in the central region is high and decreases evenly toward the edges.
Do I need to buy anti-blue light glasses?
Nowadays, mobile phones and computers are used more and more frequently. Whether at work or in life, it is hard to imagine what life would be like without these electronic products. It is impossible to protect the eyes without using these products. Especially on mobile phones, the current LED screen technology has gradually replaced LCD screens, and the self-luminous characteristics have also caused serious fatigue to the eyes, and there is no need to say that blue light is harmful to the eyes. At present, the truly harmful blue light is the wavelength. In the blue light of 400 to 440 nanometers, this blue light easily causes eyesight fatigue. In the case of heavy use, try to reduce the damage to the eyes and protect the eyes, which is also the main reason for motivating consumers to buy anti-blue glasses.