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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Magnetic Eyeglasses

Today Mom sent us a photograph of her fetching new glasses, and while on the phone with her she mentioned being glad that the frames lack those annoying nose pads that leave marks on your face. 

That gave me an idea. Surely a skilled surgeon could mount a small, subcutaneous iron plate on the bridge of your nose bone for the express purpose of holding a pair of magnetized glasses on your face. Just think of it: A magnetic bond of the right strength could hold your glasses securely to your face without annoying nose pads or arms, increasing comfort and convenience while reducing the cost of eyeglasses. Brilliant, no? Mom thinks I could be a millionaire if I market this.

Or maybe she was just humouring me . . . a lot of people do that. 


Totty said...

I am convinced that I've seen that in some movie already, but I can't seem to find it. I know that Morpheus's in The Matrix were not magnetic, they were spring loaded nose clips.

Totty said...

Like this, IRL