Child ViSion Wins Visitor Vote of Designs of the Year 2013

child ViSion glasses

Child ViSion Glasses, a revolutionary fluid-filled lens that allows children to self-adjust their glasses, have won the inaugural Visitor Vote for the Design Museum’s Designs of the Year 2013. Designed for children aged 12-18 it uses self-adjustable fluid lenses that allow children who are without access to an optician to change their prescription as their eyesight changes and evolves. Designed by Goodwin Hartshorn of the Centre for Vision in the Developing World, Child ViSion won with 486 votes, beating nominations including The Shard, London 2012 Olympic Cauldron and GOV.UK to be named the public’s favourite.