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SEQINETIC Reverse Sunglasses Help You Feel Less SAD this Winter

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Got the winter blues? Well, these so-called “reverse sunglasses,” which are definitely not for vampires, are designed to help you to fight seasonal affective disorder (SAD). With snow coming down on a lot of people in the world right now, this might be the way to keep yourself out of the moody blues.

The SEQINETIC reverse sunglasses were designed and created by a gang of mechanical engineers from Copenhagen. Compared to coffee and sugar, the reverse sunglasses offer a calorie-free way to beat the winter blues. They offer bright, white daylight in a portable form factor. The glasses feature 6 powerful LEDs and a reflector, which pushes diffuse, simulated sunlight towards your eyeballs. The reflector is said to be brighter at the top than at the bottom, much like the way you might view the Sun, and you can still view items underneath the reflector if you need to.

In order get the glasses, you’ll need to pledge $55 (USD). Once the project is funded to its $8,000 goal, the glasses will sell for $80.

[via core77]



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