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Mood glasses dial up viewable psychedelia, no drugs required.

Details: Bence Agoston forgoes drugs to achieve viewable psychedelia, mind expanding, hallucinatory-like images with his Mood sunglasses.


The effect is achieved with six special layered lenses which can rotate around their center point. The lens patterns are based on optical effects such as Moire-effect. When the lenses are rotated relative to each other, vision is changed for the wearer. Individual patterns can be varied with others so that the number of variations – depending on the number of lenses – can be vast.


The patterns on the lenses are transparent and RGB color-coded. Says Agoston, “Because each color filters the incoming lights differently, and the patterns can overlap each other, or leave blank fields, the new view is completely random and twisted. Mood can also be used with clear lenses, for everyday living.”


“The ideal situation for use is during travel, when people listen to music, just looking out the window and watching the ever-changing sights, in perfect harmony with the music. The shape is designed with the aim of simplicity and distinctness, that the wearer belongs to a kind of subculture.”


The frame is made of ABS and is 3D printed, the lenses are UV-filtered and transparent.


Source: Via MOCO Submit.


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