#933: Noncontacts

Today’s invention seems, to me, to be different from other forms of frameless glasses.

These would be in the form of two transparent near-hemispheres, made of flexible plastic so that the thin ‘equator’ region can be pressed onto one’s orbits and the lenses stay in position due to atmospheric pressure. The optical properties of the material would resemble those of existing contact lenses.


When not needed, these can be nested together and placed comfortably and safely in a back pocket.

Comments are closed.