Who invented 3D glasses?

Answer Sir Charles Wheatstone's research in 1838 led to the idea of stereoscopic vision, which is generally know as 3D, or three dimensional, imaging. Wheatstone realized that when two images are placed ... Read More »

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When were bifocal glasses invented?

The invention of bifocal glasses is credited to Benjamin Franklin in 1760. However, some historians believe they may have been invented by Benjamin West or Sir Joshua Reynolds in the same year. Bif... Read More »

What year were 3D glasses invented?

The original 3D glasses were invented by Wilhelm Rollmann in 1853. The glasses are made with one red lens and one cyan lens. When wearing the 3D glasses and looking at a screen with 3D technology, ... Read More »

In what year were eye glasses invented?

The Chinese developed eyeglasses over 2,000 years ago to protect their eyes from evil forces, according to optometrist Richard D. Drewry, Jr. of Teagle Optometry. In 1730, London-based optician Ed... Read More »

Who invented eye protection glasses?

Eye protection glasses, commonly known as safety glasses, are a relatively recent invention. The first pair was made by P. Johnson, an African American in the late 1800s. Johnson received a patent ... Read More »