Link About It: This Week’s Picks

A first-ever for Michelin, a fully-autonomous drone, the effects of blue light on your skin and more

Eye Care in the Digital Age Staring at a screen, especially for extended periods of time, can come at quite the cost: squinting (a reaction to both impaired vision and bright lights) causes wrinkles and blue light (from the sun and our screens) can cause photoaging, skin laxity (the deterioration of collagen and elastin) and hyperpigmentation (brown spots). Blurred vision is another symptom of excessive …

Mojo Vision’s Smart Contact Lens Prototype

After five years of testing, Mojo Vision (a company comprised of former Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft executives and engineers) officially toured their smart contact lens prototype. The lens would act as an internal interface, letting the wearer peruse their calendar, devise a route home, and even skip songs currently playing within their earbuds. Though the product’s arrival remains years away, testing involves a VR …

Trap Shooting Tech

A colorful look at Randolph Engineering's target enhancing eyewear

As with any outdoor activity, choosing the right equipment can mean the difference between an impressive or poor showing. In sport shooting the stakes are raised, and having the appropriate eyewear can often be as important as selecting the proper gauge of gun. No one knows the technical side of sport shooting better than Randolph Engineering—originator of the aviator sunglass silhouette and long time Armed …