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  • The Weitz Effect

    1963, television eyeglasses. Can't tell if I like the old school style or the old school TV glasses.

  • Jo Ruth

    1963, television eyeglasses Hugo Gernsback wearing his TV Glasses in 1963 Life magazine shoot. lol early google glasses lolol

  • Laura Osburne

    from Vintage Photographs (Pre-1945)

  • Ty Woolley

    TVglasses

  • Vanadium

    Hugo Gernsback wearing his TV Glasses in 1963 Life magazine shoot Hugo Gernsback was an Luxembourg American inventor, writer and magazine publisher, best remembered for the first science fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, first published in 1926. His contributions to the genre as publisher were so significant that, along with H.G. Wells and Jules Verne, he is sometimes popularly called “The Father of Science Fiction”.

  • Douglas Black

    I can’t bloody wait for the future!

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