Google Glass

Google GlassWearing Google Glass could be an issue for users that don’t have 20/20 vision, but it’s looking like this problem is being handled. Rochester Optical has made prescription lenses for the wearable tech that are said to come in all sorts of styles, cost as low as $99, and debut in as soon as two weeks from now, according to Slash Gear. Rochester Optical announced last month that it was creating a release of “digital high definition prescription lenses for Google Glass.” “As a state-of-the-art optical laboratory, one of the first wearable technology items Rochester Optical will be producing are custom prescription, fashion, and sport lenses for Google Glass, available for purchase in early 2014,” the company said in a statement. Rochester Optical will be begin preorders on the prescription lenses after CES 2014 next week, according to Slash Gear. Instead of having to take apart the headpiece, the lenses are said to simply clip onto Glass.

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