Contact Lenses. i seriously have no more people to make this suggestion to no company or business will take the idea. RIGHT! BOY, Have I got something for you g contacts Idea ideas contact lenses eyes
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Contact Lenses

i seriously have no more people to make this suggestion to

no company or business will take the idea

RIGHT!
BOY, Have I got something for you guys.
The other day, i was playing with some cosplay contacts, when i
realised something SO FREAKING COOL.
When i blink and look downward simultaniously, the contact moves
under my bottom eyelid, compleatly out of view.
Now at first, ijust used it to **** with mates, but then i started to
overanalyse, as i often do.
After hours of recording the afformentioned act of blinking away
the contact with my webcam and watching it over and over, i
discovered that the contact folds in half.
Now, perhapse this s just a dodgey set of contacts, perhapse my
eyes are just weird, but it would appear that when i blink, the
contacts are pinched by my eyelids, and this is what causes them
to move under my eye
I BELEIVE, THAT WITH THIS NEW FOUND INFORMATION, i can
revolutionise contacts as we see them.
not just for cosplay, reading contacts too.
A rectangular STRIP, with three
concave sections placed evenly
across it,
now some people are short sited
some people are NEAR sited,
and some people need different
glasses to see things that are far
away, and another set to see
things that are close.
IMAGINE being able to swap out
the intensity of your contacts
magnifying qualities at the blink of
Now.. no optometrist, but from my absolutely painless
discovery, i think i can safely say that this is at least worth
looking into
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The top section of the
rectangle sits snug inside
the top eyelid, held in
place by the surface
tention of the eyes fluids.
the middle section is
suctioned onto the
uteris' s natural concave
protrusion.
the final bottom section
rests under the bottom
eyelid.
By blinking and looking down, you pull the current contact off your
eyelid, and "cycle" through to the bottom contact.
Then, upon opening your eye and looking back , you pull the
bottom contact up with it, causeing the middle contact (along with
the top one) to be folded in half above the eye.
then, to cycle through to the other contacts, simply blink and look
As i said, I' m no optometrist, i have no credibility twards this sort
of thing
i did not study the human eye (apart from some biology in
highschool) nor do i have the utilities to even begin reasearch into
how this would really work.
But i really do feel like this could be an amazing creation, so
if anybody actually has the capabilities of testing this out
or has contacts that could put this to use. please submit this
idea to them
and for anyone that lost interest while reading this because it
was to better a cause and wasnt as cool as it initially
sounded:
Imagine getting into a Fight with somebody, and with the
blink of an eye, suddenly you have the *******
imagine the terror as you stare through their soul.
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Submitted: 08/22/2012
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#2 - astisk (08/22/2012) [+] (3 replies)
I think you've just theorized bifocal contact lenses.
I think you've just theorized bifocal contact lenses.
#1 - ileiktrolling (08/22/2012) [-]
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User avatar #6 - Maroon (08/22/2012) [-]
I used to do this all the time, but differently. I have to idea how I did it, but if I focused I could push both contacts off to the side of my eyes and they would stay there. I actually did this with sharingan contacts a few times. I could close my eyes and slide the contacts in from the side without telling anyone I had them. Chicks ate that **** up.
User avatar #9 - zombiebawls (08/27/2012) [-]
if it is revolutionary why the hell is he posting it on FJ instead of trying to market the idea
#7 - anonymous (08/26/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I only see one problem with this. I accidentally knocked my fathers contacts beneath his eyelids one day and he was caused some serious pain, and because of that incident I am flat out afraid of waring contacts I'm already half deaf I don't want to be half blind too. Other than that it's a cool idea.
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