Finally, Google Glass works with my terrible vision


I have a confession. Although I’ve had a pair of Google Glass(s goog) since October, I haven’t been wearing it all that much.

Why? Mainly because of my vision challenges. I have relatively poor distance vision, having worn corrective lenses for nearly 35 years and mild astigmatism as well. Adding to the pile of late is presbyopia as I hit my mid-40’s: As of last year, I’ve had progressive bifocals as well.

Google Glass plus glasses isn’t ideal

All of this adds up to wearing Glass atop my own glasses, which is just too unwieldy of a scenario for me.

That changed last week though: I ordered Bold titanium frames directly from Google. These can accept corrective lenses and the guts of Google Glass connects directly to the frame. This past weekend, I had lenses made for them and I’m now wearing Google Glass all of my waking hours. Fitting the…

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