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LONDON - AUGUST 14: In this photo illustration Suvi Kingsley 31, displays Periscope glasses, circa 1920, at the British Library on August 14, 2008 in London, England. Over 50 ingenious inventions and gadgets have gone on display at the British Library. (Photo illustration by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Would people really wear the ‘periscope glasses’ to see over tall people at concerts?!?

Someone invented a pair of glasses that will add a foot to the wearers eye level.  The glasses have a small mirror positioned upwards at an angle towards a large mirror which points outwards. This will allow the person wearing the glasses to see above obstacles (tall people) in front them.

The glasses are not currently for sale but more info can be found at the link below.

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Inventor makes incredible 'periscope glasses' so short people can see over tall crowds at gigs

EVER felt the pain of going to a gig or festival and someone is blocking the view as they are so tall? The solution may have arrived as a designer has created a pair of periscope glasses that allow you to see over the head of a person in front of you.