Magnifying glass made of crystal
Writings and pictures are easily magnified with the Prisma by Areaware - it is ideally suitable for reading small prints in books, newspapers or leaflets.
Small things matter
The magnification Prisma by Areaware was developed by the aspiring product designers Daniel Martinez for Areaware. It was developed in the context of the "small things matter" project, a collaboration between Areaware and Parsons The New School for design in New York.
Material & function
The magnifying glass Prisma is made of optical K5 crystal glass. The magnifying glass reminds us of a noble diamond which is a real eye-catcher on every desk because of the unusual shape of soft edges.
Texts and images become larger and easier to be read and examined with the glass Prisma. Thereby the glass enlarges characters and images by a factor of 1.5.
2% of the revenue from the sale of the magnification Prisma by Areaware is donated to the the Wikimedia Foundation - a company that provides the free access and free transfer of knowledge through Wikipedia and other portals.