They’re not rose-colored exactly, but the effect is the same.

The filtering technology that gives Instagram photos that lovely golden haze is available in sunglasses undergoing tests by a British team. Crowd-source funding has been brisk for a product called Tens, which is raising money with promotional videos that depict a wearer who says she feels happy with the glasses on, and upset when she sees the world as it actually is. The founders explain that their project sprung from a desire to perfect real-life vision the same way they perfected scenes in their former work as filmmakers and photographers. The company plans to ship its first batch of frames in June.

Read more and see images at Washington Post

 
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