posted on Jun, 16 2012 @ 05:50 PM
Having recently reached the age where my eyes were in need of spectacles I took myself to my local opticians.
At the time I was unemployed and I was shown what was available to me via the NHS and I was shown a range like these.
I asked if I could have a pair with larger round lenses/frames as the type offered cut off the top and bottom of my vision. I was told no, I could
only have this type.
I'm sure most people have noticed the trend for this style of specs and I wondered why people would favour a style that reduced their field of
The truth is most people simply follow fashion, and who is responsible for fashion? TPTB.
Why would TPTB want people to wear this particular style?
It suddenly struck me, it’s obvious.
We are ALL being monitored via CCTV. This new style of specs allows the facial recognition programs to pick out the vital eyebrow region.
This pic shows some of the nodes that facial recognition software looks for.
As you can see, this style of specs leaves many of the nodes still visible
Now compare with these specs.
We should understand that the nodes are obviously not printed on our faces, the recognition software needs to see as much of the face as possible to
calculate where it should place them. In the picture above much of the eyebrow area is covered and so too is the area by the cheek bones. This means
the software will have to guess where the nodes should be placed and a guess is of no real use to those who want to keep tabs on us.
See the difference.
So there you have it, my theory why this style of specs has been made fashionable.
What do you think?