Bifocal and progressive lenses suck. They're old tech. Like, Benjamin Franklin old. PixelOptics take a more 21st century approach—liquid crystal lenses that adjust their focus in a fraction of a second, for differing focuses when you need them.
The age of the bifocal is over: a firm called PixelOptics has designed a pair of glasses for which the focal length can be adjusted at the touch of a button. How long until they can do so much more?
So after Sony visited the other day and started talking about BRAVIA, Sanyo knocked on the door with its own line of ALL CAPS television sets. It's called GRAFINA, which looks like BRAVIA after being encrypted using an Enigma. I supposed it could also be an acronym related to liquid crystal projection (but that is…