For Seniors or Elderly
Eyes don't tear as much as we age. Add to that the dry weather, not enough sleep, a few too many cocktails, or dust and pollen allergies... and you've got dry eyes. Now, there's a pair of ophthalmologist-recommended goggles that stimulate natural tear production again....
Many persons give up their hobbies or even aspects of their work or chores as they age. While arthritis in their fingers and hands may be one reason they don't build model cars or quilt any more, for most boomers and seniors, it's because of vision changes. As we age, we tend to need more light and more magnification to see clearly and sometimes even our prescription lenses don't quite measure up to what we need for hobby work.
It's so great to find innovations for disabled people on design websites, rather than buried in disability association files. "Design" says the world is paying attention to disability needs, and it cares that the latest technologies are employed in the tools and that they look pretty cool too. The Finger Reader is at least the second design for blind and visually impaired persons by Hansub Lee and it's a great accessibility creation for finding exactly what you want while shopping.