WASHINGTON, April 30th, 2014 — Have you ever forgotten your glasses and needed to view your smartphone, or something in small print? Even without needing glasses, sometimes a quick fix is needed to read small print on electronics these days.
Well (no pun intended) look no further than your own hand for a solution- You make a fist, and then slightly open up, creating a peephole. You then peer at your object, and you can now see it in greater clarity. It’s sort of like your own old-school eyepiece really.
How and why does it work? Well watch this informative video to find out:
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