Essentially, the Anchor Sight uses a magnifying lens
with a red circle on it and cross-hairs similar to a riflescope to ensure that your form is spot-on no matter the difficulty of the shot.
Information would be transmitted from a thin-film transistor to the windshield through a magnifying lens
that guarantees the image is of the proper size and sharpness.
Neil Radford, an enterprise fellow at the University of Warwick, has worked with colleagues at Warwick University's Manufacturing Group to create a moving magnifying lens
which is used to help partially-sighted people use ATMs.
Three LED lights emit a soft blue light that focuses under the optical-grade 3X magnifying lens
for those printouts of 8-or 10-point columns of figures or text.
Drops widen the pupils of your eyes, and the eye care professional uses a magnifying lens
to examine your retina and optic nerve for problems.
35") three-diopter optical quality glass magnifying lens
, which tilts independently of the light source for optimum positioning.
has a magnifying lens
and lighting to show exactly where a weld puddle is applied during micro-repairs.
Using a piece of ice as a magnifying lens
, Kos focuses sunlight on a pile of tinder until it ignites, and then he douses the flames with the melting ice.
Dermoscopy combines good lighting and a modest magnifying lens
in a handheld device to allow doctors to better view and evaluate features such as mole color and shape.
Lastly, screen magnification techniques can include a magnifying lens
placed in front of the system monitor; software programs; or a combination of hardware and software solutions that magnify the screen output.
A user touches a counting probe to each colony, viewed through a magnifying lens
, and a digital counter automatically tracks of the number of colonies.
You don't need a magnifying lens
to see just how futile terrorism is; all it takes is a few copies of old newspapers.