Inuit invented glasses

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  • The world’s first eye wear designed to offer protection from the effects of the sun was invented by the Inuit. The first sun protective eye wear was made by the Inuit in the coldest (and often darkest) part of North America. To reduce bright glare from snow covered landscapes, they carved goggles with viewing slits that limited the amount of light but did not restrict vision.


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