Experimental Japanese brand Anrealage has always used eyewear (or better still, face-wear) as an integral part of their collections like few have ever done (I find that eyewear is generally an add-on for most brands, it's there to reinforce a mood or a look). In their collaboration with Adlens they cleverly designed a range of clothing and accessories based on focus/out-of-focus digital prints to match the adjustable-focus technology of Adlens's Hemisphere glasses.
Adlens nifty yet simple technology was created to serve Vision for a Nation's very noble philanthropic initiative and is now available to anyone under the popular buy-a-pair-give-a-pair model. The frames are designed to offer instant prescription by rotating the side dials until the desired power is set. The side dials are then removed once the wearer can see clearly.