Focus Life Gear Protects From Virtual World
It's important to seek peace and tranquility, but how to do it when we are actually bathed in radiation, drenched in information carried by electromagnetic waves? The answer is Focus Life Gear.
(Focus Life Gear Radiation blocking suit)
We love technology and always being connected. You can chat, tweet, like and engage with “friends” all over the world. But sometimes our devices take up too much of our time and attention.
Often they distract us from the things we really want to focus on like pursuing our goals, enjoying a moment with friends, appreciating the world around us.
Introducing, “Focus: Life Gear by Trident” - a fashion line
that keeps technology in its place. Our Focus Life Gear is made of
radio frequency shielding fabric. Garment pockets or pouches
allow us to carry our mobile devices without them being a distraction.
Let’s enjoy a lifestyle of focus. Real friends. Real moments. Real life.
My first encounter with a similar idea was in Robert Heinlein's 1942 novella Waldo.
An classic RAH character, ol' Doc Grimes, believed that he had found the answer to the problem of kids who wouldn't exercise.
While his friend complied, Grimes shucked himself out of the outlandish anachronistic greatcoat he was wearing and threw it more or less in the direction of the robing alcove. It hit the floor heavily, much more heavily than its appearance justified, despite its unwieldy bulk. It clunked.
Stooping, he peeled off thick overtrousers as massive as the coat...
I've maintained for forty years that it was dangerous to expose living tissue to assorted radiation without being sure of the effect...
(Read more about Heinlein's radiation garment)
Read more at Keep Life in Focus.
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