Building a spacecraft is not something you can do quickly.
For example, in the shipbuilding company, Lockheed Martin, it took two days for a craftsman to mark 309 locations on a porous panel.
However, the company’s head, Shelly Patterson, says that with the rapidly evolving new technology, it takes a little more than two hours to do the same thing.
So what’s the reward? Simply, artisans have started wearing glasses. And this is not an ordinary lens, but a “hollow lens” made by Microsoft.
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They look like weighty and large lenses in the view, and they provide digital information about what you are seeing in real life.
So in the context of shipbuilding, these lenses scan the front panel, calculate it, and guide the artisan on where to place the mark.
Experts are not bloated about the benefits of devices like ‘hollow lens’ and ‘Google Glasses’.
When Google introduced smart glasses in 2012, the benefits of their future looked a bit different.
This was just a look-in-the-watch tool for users that helped us check out an Instagram account and make video without the hassle of holding a phone.
This lens has not been very popular and when some people came out wearing these glasses, people made fun of them and made fun of them.
While Google soon realized that it had made a mistake in identifying its ‘target market’, it made it possible to use these goggles or lenses to make it work for offices and factories.
There are a number of tasks that need to be repeatedly screened to find out what to do next.
With the help of smart lenses, we can get this information as we work, and they save the important seconds that it takes to transmit information from the Internet to the brain.
Thousands of years ago information flowed from one place to another very slowly.
Born in Basra in the year 1010, scholar-scholar Hasan Ibn al-Hadith wrote his great book, The Book of Optics, in Cairo, but two centuries passed when his book was translated into Arabic.
Before Al-Hasan ibn al-Haytham, no one had done so much research on human vision.
For example, some scholars and intellectuals previously believed that a ray of light can be seen through the eyes, but based on experience, al-Hasan ibn al-Husaym rejected these assumptions and said. The light actually comes into the eye.
In those days, the sight devices were usually very large and bulky
Seneca, a Roman author, used a bowl of water-filled glass to visualize the words.
But gradually the knowledge about it grew, which gave rise to new ideas.
For the first time at the end of the 13th president, the lens of the reading came into view.
The name of the optician is lost somewhere in the pages of history but he was from northern Italy.
At that time, Venice in the Italian city was an important center of glass.
What was disturbing was that most of Venice’s buildings were made of wood, and the glass gurus that were using the furnaces often caused a fire.
In 1291, city officials transferred the entire trade to the nearby island of Mourinho. Then in 1301, the popularity of ‘lenses of reading’ increased so much that it was mentioned in the rules of the Association of Crystal Workers of Venice.
But the most important clue to the invention of eyeglasses to historians was found in 1306 by a man from the address of Frauer Giordano da Pisa. He told the audience that the invention is now 20 years old.
Alberto Mengol writes in his autobiography A History of Reality that Freire described the lenses as “one of the most important inventions in the world.”
Their view was correct. How bright the environment is affects the eyes. Medieval buildings were not known for their large windows; artificial lighting was dim and expensive as well.
As we age, we struggle to see the things that are closest to us. Old-age monks, scholars, and businessmen find it difficult to look right after a certain age. Freire Giordano was 50 years old. Now you can guess why they understood the importance and value of the springs.
But this lens was only helpful to a limited class who could read. When the printing press began, the lens market expanded.
The first shop for specialized teaching lenses was opened in Strasbourg, France, in 1466.
Opticians have started making conics or concave eyeglasses that help visualize nearby objects and even begin to create convex or convex eyeglasses that help them see things neatly.
Put the concave and convex arrays together and the basics of building your microscope and telescope are present.
Both of these inventions took place in the Netherlands in the 1600’s in a glass shop that has opened a new world for scientific research.
People living in developed countries today do not understand the importance of glass as a common thing.
A survey conducted by the College of Optometrists reveals that two-thirds of people in the UK use glasses or contact lenses or have opted for eye correction. This is the case in the US and Japan.
The picture is different in less developed countries and recently the situation has become clearer.
The World Health Organization has collected historical data about people with eye problems.
Many people do their work in some way, but if they have eyeglasses they will benefit. But how many people? Eselor, the world-renowned eyeglass company, has decided to do this and did not do so solely for welfare.
The answer was received in 2012. Two and a half billion people around the world need glasses, but they don’t have lenses.
These are eye-opening statistics, and those who are serious about it believe that the figures are reliable.
Many of those in need do not even know that a mirror can be helpful to them.
In 2017, researchers tested the eyes of laborers aged 40 and over working in tea gardens in the northeast Indian state of Assam.
He gave half of these needy people a $ 10-worth-of-sight look, and then he compared the performance of those to people who didn’t have glasses.
People who wore glasses broke 20% more tea leaves than other people.
The older he got, the better his performance. Workers in the tea gardens receive a daily basis for the amount of leaves they break.
Before the research began, no one wanted a lens but they did not want to return it later.
It is difficult to say to what extent we can use the results of this research in other fields, but the role of the right eye is very important in breaking the tea leaves compared to other tasks.
But even the least estimates suggest that poor eyesight causes the economy to lose tens of billions of dollars a year, and not when we think about people’s lifestyles and the struggles of poor-looking children at school. Are thinking
One experiment showed that lensing children is equivalent to half a year of extra school education.
And this need is increasing. Presbyopia or distant vision weakens with age, but globally, the prevalence of near-glaucoma in children is widespread.
Researchers do not know the reason, but it may be related to the fact that nowadays children are spending less time outdoors.
What must be done to correct the world’s view?
Obviously additional eye doctors will be helpful. The number of ophthalmologists is different in every country around the world.
There is an ophthalmologist for about 5,000 people in Greece, and one for seventy thousand people in India. There is only one eye doctor for one million people in some African countries.
Although serious eye problems require a professional doctor, nurses can be contacted for minor problems.
A charity in Rwanda trains nurses for eye checkups. Researchers have found that nurses were conducting eye checks in 90% of cases.
Can teachers figure out that a child is having difficulty reading because of poor eyesight?
I’ve been wearing glasses since primary school. My teacher saw me struggling to read on the blackboard, and when he told my mother this, she took me to the eye doctor.
One study showed that teachers could assess children’s poor eyesight.
After a few hours of training, teachers in rural schools in China were able to figure out which child was experiencing difficulty due to poor eyesight and the technique developed in the 13th century. There is no rocket science to use in this era.
Just think of what Friar Giordano would think of today’s era where we use Augmented Reality to create spacecraft, but it didn’t help millions of people to see it clearly.
They will probably tell us where we should focus our attention.