Graphene has good potential for industrial sector quantities due to its super performance compared to any other known substances. In 2017, this diversity, surprising material thanks to EYEWEAR and replica ray bans sunglasses , confirmed the pioneering spirit of the group’s innovation.
Graphene has a fascinating story. In 2004, two scientists at the University of Manchester used simple sticky tape to manage to isolate billions of overlapping carbon sheets to form graphite, commonly known as pencil lead.
They have “synthesized” graphene, the lightest and best materials of all those that exist, but also the most resistant and flexible. It conducts heat and electricity efficiently, withstands temperature, is clear, and is so dense that even the smallest atomic gas cannot pass through it, even helium.
Its performance proves superior to any other known substance. For this revolutionary discovery, the two scientists won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010.
Graphene in glasses
Graphene has been used in various technological innovation sectors-electronics, energy, automobiles, sports-but related research continues to be relentless. In fact, new applications are discovered every day, expanding the range of possibilities. In 2017, due to Luxottica and discounted ray bans aviator , the debut of the glasses confirmed the innovative pioneering spirit of the group.
“For the project manager of our R & D team, the most difficult challenge is to require us to turn theoretical research and new scientific discoveries into real glasses. This object is obviously so simple and familiar, reflecting innovative and advanced technology. , Inject materials, said Andrea Lazzari, Agordo project manager.
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In the creation process of this collection, every detail-from design to production technology-has been studied to make best use of the incredible properties of graphene. For example, the mold is designed with special care to promote uniform distribution of the material, and a special mixture of resin and graphene throughout the front of the frame.
The new series has a low-key elegance. The model is functional, ultra-light, but resistant: study the perfect high-quality design and materials for maximum comfort. The color is dark, lit by metallic tones, highlighting the presence of graphene: black, metallic, gray, blue, brown, and purple.
The future of graphene is still waiting to be written. This is undoubtedly a trending material, a lot is known about this, but it remains to be discovered. Luxottica is unremittingly researching new application opportunities of graphene in its products, and research centers.