( Dutch project )
Focus Correction - Remedy For a future disease
First there was a muisarm, after that the sms-duim came up and then the gameboy-rug and the tablet nek arrived because we’re not sitting right and kids can get a crooked spine of that. These are all ‘diseases’ made by ourselves. There are tons of articles about and all quoted by the same doctor. Let’s say he sort of invented the disease. I was wondering which disease would be next and therefore I already branded a future disease to put in the ‘market’ but also have a remedy for it which I’ll put online later.
Branding the disease
So after some research I came up with a new disease which is called Focusloos. We are so stocked to our screens. When text is to small we just zoom in. During the time your eyes will get lazy and end up focussing too slow (in real life) because we don’t need to focus on our screens.
Branding the remedy
After branding the disease and scaring people about their lazy eyes I come up with a remedy. Back in the days there was already a remedy for lazy eyes. You remember the plaster on the eye? Yeah, nobody’s going to do that anymore but the concept is pretty clear. Because of the plaster on your good eye it trains your bad eye to focus better. We are not watching our screens less, so why not turn that plaster into technology?
It’s proven that if you train 15 minutes every day your eyes will get better. Thats what we're going to do. It’s simple. There is a program which fits all your devices. Laptop,smartphone and tablet. When first using the program you’ll get an eye-test on your screen so we can measure which eye is the baddest and which strength you need. After that you don’t have to do anything. It has a timer and detect which device you’re on. When it’s time to train 50% of the left or right screen ( depends on your eye test ) will get blurry. Still readable but harder to do. Works the same as the plaster but it’s only for 15 minutes, you can still do your job and it doesn’t look ugly :)
Focus Correction is not a real program yet but I might work someday with a brand to make it real.