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The exhibition trace an object that is familiar to us all, eyeglasses, which are used on a daily basis by millions of people the world over. This desirable object, which is one of the most important inventions in human history, has successfully maintained more or less the same characteristic structure, but has also challenged the boundaries of the innovative thinking of designers, inventors, and manufacturers around the world.

Viewing an object that has changed very little throughout history enables close and detailed examination of the changes from different perspectives: cultural, fashion, medicalscientific, material, technological, and so forth.

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Industrial and exhibition designer Tal Gur has collaborated with the museum on the exhibition overview and designed the upper gallery, which holds the collection of optometrist and
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