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Micro Eyewear to Change the Way People See by Developing Micro-Vision Glasses
Date:12/2/2013

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Micro Eyewear is excited to announce that it has procured a patent pending and initiated contact with NASA and other governmental agencies, in an effort to launch the development of its new microscopic "seeing" eyewear. The first generation prototypes are expected to be developed within the coming year and estimates show budgeting to be under $250,000.

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"In the dawn of the 21st century, the adaptation and commercialization of the microscopic world is imperative," said Boze Anderson, founder of Micro Eyewear. The microscopic world makes up roughly 60 percent of the world's biomass. Though natural human eyesight cannot detect these particles, the need to do so exists.

Many jobs require the ability to see minute particles. Researchers who work in laboratories dealing with drugs and toxicology, fingerprinting and DNA profiling require the power of magnification.  Physicians, scientists, governmental personnel, and business professionals, will find the ability to see the tiniest particles useful. However, the tools currently used are typically only available in a specialized setting. But imagine a world in which criminal investigators could view the tiniest particles of evidence at the crime scene. Or, aspiring student scientists could actually see the microscopic world of which they study.

"It's like the personal computer or mobile phone industry 40 years ago," said Anderson. "HP executives thought that no-one would want a computer at home, while AT&T concluded that there is no real market for mobile phones beyond the business category." Today, people everywhere have used these tools to reach far beyond what was once thought impossible. It is this same far-reaching vision that will catapult Micro
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