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28th May '16 6:02:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* [[MahouSenseiNegima Jack Rakan]] (as well as others) have glasses that [[ClarkKenting protect you from being recognized]] ([[JustifiedTrope because]] they're {{magic}}ally enchanted).

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* [[MahouSenseiNegima [[Manga/MahouSenseiNegima Jack Rakan]] (as well as others) have glasses that [[ClarkKenting protect you from being recognized]] ([[JustifiedTrope because]] they're {{magic}}ally enchanted).
21st May '16 5:13:16 PM erforce
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* The Paragoggles/Ecto-Visor as featured in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.

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* The Paragoggles/Ecto-Visor as featured in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}''.
18th May '16 6:45:23 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheMiddleMan'', there are a pair of sunglasses that allow the wearer to see ghosts.

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* In ''TheMiddleMan'', ''Series/TheMiddleMan'', there are a pair of sunglasses that allow the wearer to see ghosts.
17th May '16 2:52:21 PM intastiel
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* Mathis Quigley's spectacles in ''Webcomic/Unsounded'' let him view the lines of the Khert, the BackgroundMagicField that governs the FunctionalMagic system of pymary.
6th May '16 10:26:44 PM Doug86
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* Shadehawk's CoolShades in ''AntiheroForHire''. ''Light amplificating'' shades.

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* Shadehawk's CoolShades in ''AntiheroForHire''.''Webcomic/AntiheroForHire''. ''Light amplificating'' shades.
20th Mar '16 5:50:01 PM lemoncool375
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Compare ShoePhone and SeeThruSpecs. Contrast GoggglesDoNothing. For other headgear doing unusual things, see HatOfPower. Not related to [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny Junior Member Of The Marx Brothers Performs An Amusing Act Not Specified In The Script But Hilarious Anyway]].

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Compare ShoePhone and SeeThruSpecs. Contrast GoggglesDoNothing.GogglesDoNothing. For other headgear doing unusual things, see HatOfPower. Not related to [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny Junior Member Of The Marx Brothers Performs An Amusing Act Not Specified In The Script But Hilarious Anyway]].
19th Mar '16 4:21:10 PM Drope
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'''Razputin:''' Ha! You can't! ''That'' is the purpose of the icicles gogggles!

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'''Razputin:''' Ha! You can't! ''That'' is the purpose of the icicles gogggles!goggles!
11th Mar '16 4:47:34 AM Ifreann
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* [[http://enchroma.com/ EnChroma]] glasses can apparently allow some red-green colour blind people to see those colours normally.
4th Mar '16 12:28:42 PM MisterCPC
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The more interesting twin to GoggglesDoNothing, this trope is for eyewear that does something other than what their mundane design purpose is. Eyewear falling under this trope [[BlindWithoutEm may actually correct vision]], or it may not. Such eyewear may protect one from sparks or chemicals. Such eyewear may, as a side-effect [[ScaryShinyGlasses be intimidating]] or [[SinisterShades just plain frightening]], but it certainly will do something useful and unusual besides that.

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The more interesting twin to GoggglesDoNothing, GogglesDoNothing, this trope is for eyewear that does something other than what their mundane design purpose is. Eyewear falling under this trope [[BlindWithoutEm may actually correct vision]], or it may not. Such eyewear may protect one from sparks or chemicals. Such eyewear may, as a side-effect [[ScaryShinyGlasses be intimidating]] or [[SinisterShades just plain frightening]], but it certainly will do something useful and unusual besides that.
1st Mar '16 1:59:29 AM StFan
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* Yukino's glasses when she's using the powers of her [[{{Mons}} Mon]] in Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}.

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* Yukino's glasses when she's using the powers of her [[{{Mons}} Mon]] in Anime/{{Mai-HiME}}.''Anime/MaiHime''.



*** They don't put the image "directly into the brain", (in the sense that the words conjure up, i.e. a brain implant) - they use a low-res matrix of stimulators on an area of skin - back, stomach and tongue have all been used in studies. It works much better than you'd think.

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*** They don't put the image "directly into the brain", (in the sense that the words conjure up, i.e. a brain implant) - they use a low-res matrix of stimulators on an area of skin - -- back, stomach and tongue have all been used in studies. It works much better than you'd think.
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