posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 04:55 AM
I have a pair and they do seem to allow me to see better both near and far.
Mine are made of black plastic and have small (perhaps 1mm) holes all over the black plasstic lenses. I believe you are supposed to use them for 10-15
minutes per day and they will help certain eye conditions which are caused by fairly simple eye defects (short sightedness or long sightedness,
I do not use normal glasses at all but my eyesight has got more longsighted as I have got older, which seems to be normal. I can still focus from a
little way before my hand (on an outstretched arm) to infinity, which I feel is pretty good.
So I was wondering why the eye docs do not suggest these glasses when they could possibly save folks money and where they are a more natural solution
to some, not all, eye conditions?
I was also wondering if smaller holes and more of them would make it easier to see through these pinhole glasses? These days the technology is
probably available to place tiny, tiny pinholes in the plastic but I dont know if it would make a better pinhole glasses product. The problem I have
with mine is that they cut down a lot of light entering the eye and so it is not feasable to wear them unless it is in pretty good light, in the
daytime, sunlight, etc
In the past I have tried normal glasses but when I remove them after wearing them for a little while, my eyesight seems much worse than before I put
them on. This makes me think that they are rather like hard drugs - they get you hooked so you cannot get off them and the need becomes worse and
worse as time goes on.