Category Archives: Sci-Vi

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EyeSmart Now Mobile-Friendly

If you've followed the blog for long, you know that nJoy Vision prides itself on staying up-to-date on industry trends, especially as they relate to eye health, technology, and overall industry news. This story from the AAO got us super excited! This is just another way of bringing great eye care to the masses! (Info …

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The 3D “Force” is Not So Strong for Some

It is nearly impossible to browse the Internet this week without seeing mention of a certain movie, in a certain galaxy far, far away. And while most of us have either already seen it, or have plans to in the near future, there is a small population of men and women that will not be …

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Bionic Dragonfly Inlay?

Our doctors at nJoy Vision celebrate being on the leading edge of innovation and technology when it comes to taking care of your eyesight. But this latest bit of research has even us scratching our heads. Researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia have developed a computer program that mimics the eyesight of dragonflies. …

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Are Cartoons the Key to Good Vision?

We've made it a point to emphasis monitoring your child's screen time. It's a fact, too much exposure to the screen is not good for your vision in the long-term. But this latest bit of research has us curious. Early tests show that cartoons can be a excellent way to help your child battle the …

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A Colorful Photographic X-perience

Artist Roy Livingston is giving the world a new look at classic design. He has used electromagnetic radiation to reveal a unique, colorful reality lying under the surface of seemingly simple, inanimate objects. His series X-Ray Visions looks more like a psychedelic candy shop than an art exhibit, but we loved the visual nonetheless! According to …

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The Color of Sound

Ever wondered what a color sounds like? Weird question, right? Not for Neill Harbisson. Neill describes himself as the world's first legally recognized cyborg. And while that claim may sound a bit far-fetched, it makes much more sense once you let him describe his self-created  technological "upgrade". Neill was born with achromatopsia, a hereditary vision disorder affecting 1 …

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A Typeface for Your Face-Type

Well, here we are again. A vision center famous for helping you get rid of your glasses, writing a blog about a cool new idea for eyewear. But in our defense, our latest discovery is so fashionably brilliant, we couldn't ignore it. Just make us a promise. After you fall in love with these frames, …

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It’s a Colorful Life

Meet Concetta Antico, Australian born impressionist artist who now resides in Los Angeles, CA.  Concetta has established herself as a well-known artist and instructor. She is known for her vibrant and extremely colorful work, but there is more to Concetta than meets the eye, literally. In December of 2012, it was discovered that Concetta was …

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Life Through a Whole New Lens

Sixteen years. That's how long it had been since Carmen Torres last laid eyes on friends and family. But thanks to a revolutionary new procedure, she is now seeing the world through a whole new lens. Literally. Well, sort of. The Florida resident is the first recipient of what the University of Miami is calling …

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A 3D-Printed Eye?

Italian Design company MHOX claims that they are only a few years away from being able to produce a 3D printed eye. The group says that, "'s possible to print organic body parts that function as well as or even better than our natural ones, and that includes the eye. After all, 3D printers have …

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