Adlens will participate in the exclusive three-month “Design for Life” exhibition, held in Barcelona at the Museu del Disseny.
“Design for Life: 99 projects for the Real World” is an interactive temporary exhibition meant to show how design can be combined with a desire to change the reality around us, improving social wellbeing through the creation of amazing products that make a real, personal difference. 99 design projects that epitomize this have been carefully selected, and Adlens is honoured to have been chosen among them with its innovative Adlens Adjustables eyewear.
The exhibition is composed of six areas as part of a common path, “the thread of life, from conception to death.” The Adlens Adjustables eyewear is displayed in the Design and Accessibility area, featuring products designed to offer assistance with difficult daily tasks. Alongside this, the exhibition features a Test Zone, where some of the exhibited items can be tested by the public, including Adlens Adjustables. Adlens is also providing 30 pairs to be included in a special range of products that children and teenagers can try on, as part of a series of educational school visits.
The multi-award winning Adlens Adjustables eyewear is built on Alvarez lens technology. Each lens is comprised of two wave-shaped plates that glide across each other to incrementally adjust the focussing power. This enables correction of over 90% of spherical errors (-6 to +3 diopters) in those without astigmatism, significantly improving visual acuity in all kinds of situations.
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