2024-03-30 (Sa) RADARBadge PCB Monocles

There is a unique form of eyesight aid that looks like sunglasses, but instead of lenses, they have a plastic plate with many small holes. They reduce light exposure but also ensure that the incoming light is roughly collimated so that even people with reduced vision can see things clearly. At least, that is the idea. I bought a pair, and they kind of work. I wanted to make a black PCB with holes so other people could experience it, and I decided it would be cute to make monocles. While tinkering with the idea, I remembered shutter sunglasses and made monocles in three sizes with slats. Combining a monocle and shutter shades as a PCB is likely a first.
Three monocle sizes

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