Have you ever driven in your car with the sun shining directly in front of you? If you have, you know that disturbing, unsafe and frankly annoying feeling you just cannot see the road ahead. Wearing sunglasses doesn’t really help if the strong glare of a near direct sunlight is in front of you, it’s very hard to see anything. For Chris Mullin, that was the instigation for the invention of Dynamic Eye a pair of LCD sunglasses that dynamically blocks any glare from direct sunlight. The glasses work by using a black square of pixels that appears on LCD lenses, and tracks the sun. It works at any angle, even if the wearer is on the move, blocking only direct sunshine glare and keeping the rest of the lens lightly tinted and the surroundings visible.