PITTSBURGH, Sept. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- "I got tired of having to carry my readers when I'm photographing the sporting events I shoot," said an inventor from Cedar Park, Texas. "I need the readers to check to see if my photo is in focus. I've lost multiple pairs of readers on the field just from running around chasing the action."
He developed the R G B DIOPTER SCREEN to enable the user to view a screen easier (mainly for use when looking at a tablet, cell phone, laptop or camera screen). It is intended for people who wear reading glasses (i.e., near-sighted or far-sighted) so they do not have to wear their glasses. The invention also makes it better when using with laptops or desktop monitors. Additionally, people who wear glasses will not have to wear them, which will give them better eye relief for when they have to stare at the screen for long periods of time.
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