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Small Fixes: Self-Adjustable Eyeglass Lenses Bring Clearer Vision to Poor

With two lenses filled with clear silicone fluid, a user can twist dials on the glasses until he or she is satisfied with vision in both eyes.
Lena Erakovich
Lena Erakovich • 1 year ago

Self-adjustable eyeglasses. Developed by Dr. Joshua Silver, of the Center for Vision in the Developing World

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