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  • “Your eyes will freeze like that!”

    “Don’t cross your eyes, they’ll freeze like that!” Have you heard something like that before from a parent or grandparent?  For the most part, it’s a fallacy, an old wive’s tale, or urban myth. In some cases, crossing your eyes for short periods of time could actually strengthen the convergence muscles of the eyes and […]

    Continue Reading December 1, 2011

  • Wow! lenses

    For the first time, optical lenses can be worn with absolutely no distortion.  In the past, lenses either had to be held in place in frames by tightening the frame around it or by drilling holes and placing screws through them.  This always causes some kind of stress and visual distortions in the lenses not […]

    Continue Reading November 9, 2011