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October 17, 2018
'Switch-off sunglasses' block out screens

‘Switch-off sunglasses’ block out screens

A pair of sunglasses that can block out TV screens has been designed by a company in the US.

The IRL – or In Real Life – glasses use polarised lenses to make television displays appear black.

But technology companies have struggled to convince the public to wear gadgets on their faces – with Google Glass and Snapchat Spectacles being notable flops.

The BBC’s Cody Melissa Godwin asked IRL founder Ivan Cash whether people would be willing to wear sunglasses inside.

Video journalist: Cody Melissa Godwin

Source BBC News

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