Five Dino-Mite Sunglasses to Celebrate National Dinosaur Day

Who Knew? There must be a ton of Dino Fans as  National Dinosaur Day has many days, May 15, June 1 and August 2nd. According to Wikipedia Dinosaur's had good eyesight.. depending on the species. But it is hard to know because eyes are made of soft tissue and have a tendency to rot fast. Like most animals if a dinosaur had small eye sockets, the … [Read more...]

Facts And Stats on St. Patricks Day

Here we go with our annual Facts and Stats for St. Patricks Day.  The most important question is do you drink Green Beer? … [Read more...]

Optical Fun: Penguin Eye Trivia

January 25, 2014 is National Penguin Day; There is also another Penguin Day in April.What happens on National Penguin day? In January, you learn about penguins and in April you only wear Black and White and eat strawberries: Penguins’ eyes work better underwater than they do in the air, giving them superior eyesightto spot prey while hunting, … [Read more...]

On This Day In Eyeball History: The Farthest Eyeball Pop

Just in case you wanted to know, according to the Guinness book of World Records; Kim Goodman (USA) can pop her eyeballs to a protrusion of 12 mm (0.47 in) beyond her eye sockets. Her eyes were measured in Istanbul, Turkey, on 2 November 2007. … [Read more...]

Eye Like Animal Eye Trivia

Our friends at the Visionaries Group just sent us their first Infographic with some eyebits on animal eyes, that are interesting. Some trivia for you to put on FB. … [Read more...]

Eye Need To Know: How Fast Can A Person Read?

Are you a fast or slow reader? Do you read every word or skip? This says the average person reads 2---250 words per minute. … [Read more...]

Chinese Boy Is First Human That Can See In the Dark

A young Chinese boy with glow in the dark cat’s eyes has stunned doctors with his ability to see in pitch black darkness. Doctors have studied Nong Youhui’s amazing eyesight since his dad took him to hospital in Dahua, southern China, concerned over his bright blue eyes. Dad Ling said: “They told me he would grow out of it and that his eyes … [Read more...]

First Blind Person To Hike 950-mile Trail

If you ever think you can't do something, reading stories like this really can make you think. If you have ever been hiking, guide dog or not, this is challenging. What do you think? Led by his guide dog, Tennille, and cheered by well-wishers, Charlottean Trevor Thomas finished his extraordinary cross-state trek on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail at … [Read more...]

EyeFo-Graphic: Eye Color Celebrating Different Color Eyes Day

July 12 is Different Color Eyes Day, yes there is such a day. Having 2 different color eyes is more common in animals than in humans. The condition is called Heterochromia and effects about 200,000 people in the USA. Famous people who have Heterochromia:  David Bowie, Jane Seymour, and Christopher Walken. Kieger Sutherland, Dan Aykroyd, Kate … [Read more...]

On This Day In Sunglass History: The Most People Wearing Sunglasses In The Dark

Why??? And do we care? But hey here it is. On This Day In Sunglass History: The most people wearing sunglasses in the dark is 1,642 and was achieved by Groupon (USA), with the help of Lifeway Foods Inc.(USA), at Wrigley Field, in Chicago, Illinois, USA, on 6 July 2012. The attempt was part of a screening of the film, Blues Brothers, at … [Read more...]

Trivia: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Eyes Eyefo-graphic

Eye Didn't know this! Some people who are color blind can overcome camouflage and were used in WWII. … [Read more...]

Happy Fathers Day: Eye Didn’t Know: Fathers Day Trivia

Happy Fathers Day to all Fathers. Here is a little Fathers Day Trivia, you can share on this special day. Also a FREE Printable Dad Eyeglass frame. Fathers Day was thought up in 1909 in Spokane Washington by Sonora Dodd to honor her father William Smart. William Smart was a farmer, widower who raised 6 kids by himself. The first Fathers … [Read more...]

Eye Want To Know: Eyelash Trivia

Some fun facts about eyelashes. Eyelashes serve as one purpose to protect the eyes. Opening and closing the eyelids serves to keep the eyes moist.  Other purposes of course are to flirt, to wink, to be expressive and for beauty. Kohl a Mascara substances were used on the eyelashes to darken them in 4,000BC . 1.) An eyelash lives about 150 days … [Read more...]

Mothers Day Trivia

Happy Mothers Day and to celebrate we thought we would give you some trivia to wow your mother with: In 1906, a year after her mother’s death, a Philadelphian, Anna Jarvis, campaigned for a day  which Americans would celebrate moms. After spreading the word through church meetings and writing letters to government representatives and … [Read more...]

On This Day In Eyeglass History: The Longest Line of Spectacles Created

The longest line of spectacles consisted of 16,530 pairs of spectacles, measured 2,011 m (6,597 ft 9 in) and was created by Sabae Megane Guinness 2011 committee (Japan) at Nishiyama Park, Sabae, Fukui, Japan, on 5 May 2011. Sabae produces 90% of glasses in Japan. The record attempt is to promote the city as the country's top glasses production … [Read more...]