Now You See Me

Or perhaps now you don’t … This bizarre looking device has seen to seeing that unseeing people get to see again. It probably has done so for decades. The Bausch and Lomb Green’s Genothalmic Refractor was introduced in 1934 following a long design gestation from the original Clyde L. Hunsicker invention, the ‘optometer’. It went […]

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The Whistle Master

I once thought the Irish tin whistle was nothing more than a child’s toy. I really could not take seriously that a simple metal tube and mouthpiece, costing less than $10 from a store could produce such a magical sound. Over the last few years I have been spending more and more time with and […]

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