What is Macular Degeneration?
Macular degeneration is the death of retinal cells responsible for fine detail and color. It is perceived as a black spot in the middle of your visual field, a sort of reverse tunnel vision. As the condition worsens, you lose your ability to read or recognize faces.
There is no cure for this affliction at present. In its early stages you can compensate with magnifiers that are stronger than simple handheld round readers. Continue reading
Gold Logo Magnifiers
Whether you are a consultant, educator or financial advisor, you’ve given your clients something to remind them of you. Make that something as memorable as you can so it doesn’t end up in a desk drawer or the waste basket. Here are three examples that do just that. Continue reading
Humans & our primate relatives are unique when it comes to the perception of color. Among the mammals, only we have the ability to see our world in full color. We take this for granted & only when we go to reproduce color images accurately in print & other media do we begin to appreciate how complex this process is. Continue reading
Location, location, location is a catchphrase we’ve all heard & immediately associate with real estate sales. For real estate agents & brokers themselves, personal branding is especially important. You can see this in lawn signs, newspaper ads & bus stop benches, many of which feature a photo of the agent her/himself. Standing out from the crowd is vital-find out why a personalized credit card magnifier has the best bang for the buck!
A printer’s loupe & a linen tester at first glance look to be the same. When used as a linen tester threads in cloth are counted. When used as a printers loupe the magnifier reveals the quality of printed photos. A closer look reveals the difference. Read on to see pictures & more & what makes them different.
Note: some of the images have our original domain “indigo.com”. We are now using indigoinstruments.com.
Field vs Lab Work
When we talk about magnification in biology we usually think of light or electron microscopes found in labs. Field work usually does not need this much magnification. If you are studying or identifying insects, plants, seeds or molds for ecology, horticulture, beekeeping or even farming, a much simpler method of magnification is all you need. Continue reading