Adaptive tint, prescription smart glasses
The world shifts and evolves, and as we meander through its ever-changing light, our eyes crave a constant. That's where Dusk Rx steps in, a triumph of innovation and practicality. Imagine donning a pair of glasses that seemingly have a mind of their own, discerning light and dark like a painter choosing from his palette. The seamless transition these glasses offer, adjusting their tint over thirty times a second, is an ode to our desire for adaptability.
Dusk Rx isn't just about automatic adjustments, though. For those moments when you wish to take charge, the trademark Force Sensors allow a hands-on approach. A simple press and you're in control, navigating through shades to find the tint that feels right for you.
Now, you might wonder about the energy these high-tech glasses consume. Here's the thing: they hardly need charging. One full battery cycle sees them through a month, and if you're caught off guard, a mere 15 minutes gives them enough juice for half that time. Their charging case? An aesthetic wonder hiding no unsightly ports, all while protecting and recharging the glasses.
What's even more intriguing is Dusk Rx's commitment to inclusivity. Prescription wearers, you're not forgotten. These glasses can accommodate a broad range of prescriptions. The promise? A singular pair of glasses fit for any condition, freeing you from the burden of constant switching. And to enhance comfort, you can even customize the lens thickness, reducing weight and bulk for a snug fit.
Speaking of fit, with six timeless styles ranging from the classic Wayfarer to the enigmatic Cat Eye, there's a frame for every face and every statement you wish to make.
Dusk Rx's lenses have a range that's nothing short of impressive. Their HVL™ and Xpanse™ lenses range from a clear 63% to a deeply tinted 6%. And for those who fancy an even deeper shade, the Xpanse™ lenses, with their dual cell design, plunge further into the realms of darkness.
But these glasses aren't just a pretty face with intelligent tech. Crafted from premium acetate and adorned with stainless steel hinges, they're lightweight yet sturdy, and IPX4 rated, meaning they're prepared for the unexpected downpour or an intense gym session. Drop them? They'll shrug it off. Toss them into your bag? The anti-scratch coating ensures they emerge unscathed.
Price-wise, starting at $249 on Kickstarter, they're an investment in comfort, style, and technology. Additional customizations are available, like a blue light filter for the digitally inclined, or premium coatings to keep smudges and dirt at bay.
To sum it up, Dusk Rx smart glasses are a testament to what happens when innovation meets everyday practicality. They're a dance of style, function, and resilience. In a world that's constantly changing, they're your constant.
- Adaptive Tint Control: With InstaOptic™ technology, the glasses automatically adjust to changing light conditions, ensuring comfortable visibility without manual intervention.
- Manual Tint Adjustment: For users preferring control, the glasses come with Force Sensors allowing manual tint adjustment with ease.
- Prescription-Ready: Dusk Rx accommodates over 90% of prescriptions, making them accessible for a wide range of users.
- Extended Battery Life: Offering 30+ days of usage on a single charge and fast charging capabilities, the glasses are designed for prolonged use without frequent charging needs.
- Various Styles Available: With six premium styles, users have the flexibility to choose a design that best suits their face and style preferences.
- High-Quality Materials: Made from premium acetate with stainless steel hinges, the glasses are lightweight, durable, and designed for comfort.
- Protective Features: The glasses come with anti-reflection, anti-scratch coatings and offer 100% UVA/B filter protection. They are also water-resistant and durable enough to withstand drops and rough handling.
- Customizable Options: Users can customize lens thickness and add additional features like a Blue Light Filter or premium coatings for extra protection and comfort.
- Wide Tint Range: With the new HVL™ and Xpanse™ lenses, the glasses offer a wide tint range from a clear 63% to a deeply tinted 6%.
- Price Point: Starting at $249 on Kickstarter, and with additional costs for extra features and customizations, the price may be steep for some potential buyers.
- Charging Required: Despite the long battery life, users still need to ensure the glasses are charged, which might be inconvenient for some.
- Prescription Limitations: While accommodating most prescriptions, there are still limitations, and not everyone may be able to use the prescription feature.
- Durability Concerns: Though touted as durable and water-resistant, the real-world ruggedness and longevity of the product remain to be seen and tested by users.
- Dependency on Technology: With automatic tint adjustments and other tech features, there's potential for technical malfunctions or issues that might not be present in traditional glasses.
- Learning Curve: Some users may need time to adapt to using the Force Sensors and other technology incorporated into the glasses efficiently.