Adaptive Glasses Switch From Sunglasses To Reading Glasses With a Simple Swipe of the Frame

Deep Optics has created 32 Degrees North — an innovative pair of adaptive glasses that uses pixelated liquid crystal lenses and works as both protective eyewear and adaptive reading glasses. Liquid eyeglass lenses have been around since 2017, but it has only been recently that a company used the revolutionary invention to create a truly intriguing pair of eyeglasses that could possibly become the only pair of glasses a person would ever need. That’s because the adaptive concept of the glasses allows the wearer to adjust their purpose with a single swipe of the frame. For stylish sunglasses, simply swipe backward on the right frame, and to put them into vision correction mode, you just swipe backward. Additionally, the lens power can be changed from 0 to 2.5 diopters, and the lightweight built-in battery offers up to 48 hours of power. The lenses perform like the human eye, allowing the wearer to see what they want when they want. At a whopping $849 per pair, 32 Degrees North glasses aren't cheap, but they do relieve you of the need to carry two pairs of eyeglasses with you. No more switching between reading and distance glasses, as after adjusting the liquid crystal lenses to your needs, all you have to do is swipe on the right frame to switch their focus between close and far distances. The glasses can be ordered on the company's website.