Fluid-filled ChildVision specs let kids do the adjusting

Simple kids’ eyeglasses that let wearers tweak the lenses could help solve a problem, with complex implications for young people in the developing world who lack access to the eyewear they need. The key to the prototype specs, called ChildVision glasses, is their special lenses, made of two clear plastic membranes filled with silicone fluid. Adjusting the lenses via a small dial on the side of the glasses controls the amount of fluid that’s pumped between the covers. Depending on the volume, the curvature of the lenses changes, adjusting the strength. More fluid means more curvature, and…

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