Eye tracking technology follows the movements of a user’s eyes, storing these movements as information. Eye tracking existed as early as the 1800s, although significant developments have been made in the last decade.
We've all heard the warnings about how our technological addictions can have damaging effects on our eyes. But with the advent of apps to help with every ailment, is it possible that smartphones can go from harming our eyes to helping them?
Important: This illusion should not be used as a diagnosis tool for Schizophenia or any other mental health issue and Lenstore accepts no liability for its use. Always consult a medical professional in matters relating to mental health.
For people in developing countries, eye care is often either inaccessible or unaffordable. But technology could help change that.
In our ongoing mission to educate the world about vision and eye care, we’ve created our very own interactive eye. Highly visual and interactive, this educational resource lets you explore the human eye and learn about one of our most important senses.
Graphene is a wonder material, capable of superheroic feats; it only takes a sliver of it, a sheet as thin as cling film, to sustain the weight of a fully grown elephant.
As wearable vision correction goes, it doesn’t get more low-key than contact lenses. The thin lenses often appear invisible to all but the most eagle-eyed observer.
Did you know an average 14-16 year old spends almost 5 hours a day on digital devices? We conducted a survey across 2,000 parents in the UK with children aged between 2 and 16, to find out how often our children actually use digital devices.