Dwar7s Fall Collector's Edition

IRL Glasses - Glasses that Block Screens

A project in Oakland, CA by Ivan Cash

Status: Active

Glasses that allow you to live IRL (In Real Life) and see everything except screens
Backers: 1860
Average Daily Pledges: $5,584
Average Pledge Per Backer: $69

Funding: $128,421 of $25,000
Dates: Oct 1st -> Oct 31st (30 days)
Project By: Ivan Cash
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Latest News

We're all out of bubble gum and need your upvotes (today)!!

October 14th - via: kickstarter.com
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We Reached $100K and ‘No Tech Zone’ Sign Giveaway

October 12th - via: kickstarter.com
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Want to live ‘in real life’ and block out screens? These glasses on Kickstarter may do the trick

October 10th - via: geekwire.com
“Screen, screen, everywhere a screen Blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the screen?” How’s that for a modern refresh on the 1971 song “Signs”? If you and your eyeballs are tired of catching screens in every direction you look these days, a new pair of glasses could go a long way in helping you catch a break. (Read More)

1,000 Backers and Counting!

October 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear Friends, It’s been quite a week!!  We just hit 1,000 backers and have more than doubled our initial goal ($65k and counting) since launching last Monday. Wowzers!!!We’ve been humbled and inspired by all of the media coverage, with... (Read More)

Glasses to Protect Your Eyes from Screen-Time Overexposure

October 4th - via: valdostatoday.com
There’s a new product on the crowdfunding site, Kickstarter, called “In Real Life Glasses” that filter out the light from TV and computer screens. So when you have them on, the screens look blank. They cost $49 and start shipping in April. (Read More)

Thank You! Let's Keep Going!

October 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Woahhhh, we just reached our initial $25k goal in less than three days! You people are truly amazing. THANK YOU for believing in and backing IRL Glasses and showing the world we need and deserve more products like this—ones that gives people the... (Read More)

An Artist Just Invented Legit Pairs of 'They Live' Sunglasses, Which Literally Filter Out Digital Advertisements

October 3rd - via: bloody-disgusting.com
They Live was a documentary, the late “Rowdy” Roddy Piper always insisted. In John Carpenter’s They Live, a slice of sci-fi social commentary that’s as relevant today as ever, Piper’s character comes across a special pair of black sunglasses that allow him to see what’s really going on in the world around him. When he puts them on, he realizes alien overlords have taken over, and media & advertisements hide hidden messages of control. (Read More)

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