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The Optic Glasses by Droog Will Have Eyes Working Overtime

By: Erin Kirkpatrick - Published: Aug 20, 2012 • References: moleculedesign.net and outblush
When it comes to inducing some serious dizziness, the Optic Glasses by Droog are seriously perplexing. Designed to come to life once a liquid is added to the container, these glasses will have eyes putting in some overtime.

Once liquid is added the two different lenses -- concave and convex -- an unusual optical sight is created. The glasses also feature a nice grip where the two different lenses intersect, which acts as a comfortable hold of the glass. Arnout Visser, the designer behind these glasses, is known for creating objects that offer insight into the mechanics of how things, objects and systems. By using glass, Visser is able to showcase -- with literal clarity -- how liquids and glass materials interact.

For those looking for some serious optical stimulation, the Optic Glasses by Droog will give you that and a whole lot more.