Insights from Optical Express including latest news, treatments and key information.
To celebrate Google’s unveiling of their Project Glass, an innovative project to make wearable computing mainstream, we at Optical Express have created a handy graphic detailing what the project is, what it means for us and what people are saying about it.
Whether you work in the laser eye surgery industry or just have a passing interest in it, it can be difficult to keep up-to-date with the latest news and trends. It’s often impossible to know where to start looking. There are literally thousands of news sources, forums and blogs covering the subject – so much so that it can be difficult to keep up at times.
There are a variety of ways that you can keep yourself up-to-date and ensure that you are on top of the latest issues and trends. Take a look at our top tips:
As part of its 21st anniversary, Optical Express commissioned an in-depth report that set out to test people’s perceptions about the importance of eyesight and eye care, their personal lifestyle habits and their level of awareness about the importance of looking after their eyes. It found that while the overwhelming majority declared eyesight to be the most precious sense, the number of Britons who regularly get their eyes tested has fallen. Yet, major innovations in laser eye surgery technologies for correcting vision, provide a positive outlook to the UK’s vision.
Coming across a large row of peculiarly sparse meat shelves while wandering around the supermarket one afternoon it became apparent after close inspection of the shelf talking price tickets, proffering succulent sausages, hearty burgers and exotic kebabs, that barbeque season had arrived.
As music lovers all over the country head to open fields, leaving their inhibitions at home and transcending into the hedonistic world of beats and beer, you know the great British music festival season is underway.
One of the best things about summer is the plethora of music festivals that pop up around the country providing a platform (or five) to see all your favourite bands… and a fair few new ones, all in one place.