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Good Posture Glasses

The reminder: "POSTURE" viewable at the top but only at a certain angle
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If your hanging your head instead of holding it up straight you're looking out of the top of your glasses where you could put a little reminder saying "POSTURE". If you're hanging your head down because you're reading you're looking through the bottom of the glasses so you wouldn't notice it.

This could be done by having the printing at a 45 degree angle to the vertical plane of the glasses perhaps in a small bevel running along the top.

Mostly for kids but adults can have bad posture that causes all sorts of problems as well.

doctorremulac3, Dec 06 2010

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       // Mostly for kids //   

       It could also give a mild electric shock to the wearer.   

       Or perhaps quite a severe shock ...
8th of 7, Dec 06 2010

       Could they say "sticks and rocks" near the middle of the lens when you were looking too high in the woods somewhere?
Boomershine, Dec 06 2010

       I could do with some of these.

//Or perhaps quite a severe shock //

If the message said 'Your house has just burnt down' that would make you sit up straight.
DrBob, Dec 06 2010

       When you look to the left, the display should say, "Don't forget to look right," and vice versa. There are lots of possibilities here. At least one bun's [+] worth.
Boomershine, Dec 06 2010

       Ooh, wait! If you cross your eyes, you get a message saying, "They'll stay that way, Mister."
Boomershine, Dec 06 2010

       //It could also give a mild electric shock to the wearer. Or perhaps quite a severe shock ...//   

       That's a great idea!   

       Oh, you mean it shocks you only when you slouch? I guess that would work too.
doctorremulac3, Dec 06 2010

       Does it also have a "you'll go blind" message?
mouseposture, Dec 07 2010


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