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Glimpses Before joining the group, Imò worked for more than ten years in blue-chip retail and financial corporations, where he had both legal and corporate responsibilities. Carlo Imò has an extensive knowledge of the Asia Pacific region where he has been living for over seven years. For more information about Weco products, please call (800) 667-3019 or visit them online at www.briot.com/canada. (Smart GOLD lenses are available in an extensive prescription range in single vision, bifocal and progressive designs). ‘The interest in all our Smart Glass products during Silmo was amazing. This is a rapidly developing product area that everyone really wants to know about and we opened many new accounts during the show; with orders not just for customers in mainland Europe but also as far a field as Asia and Australia,' added Forgan. Chimmm for Google Glass collection will be available in early 2015. To find out more about Chimmm for Google Glass's and Waterside Lab's range of products or for more information on the company, please visit www.waterside-labs.co.uk. CHIMMM… BY SIMON CHIM FOR GOOGLE GLASS Following its successful launch at Vision Expo West Las Vegas in September, exclusive distributors Waterside Labs gave European customers a sneak preview of this exciting new collection at SILMO 2014. Bob Forgan, Waterside Labs and Vision Technologies Europe managing director said: "The launch of our new Chimmm for Google Glass 2015 frame and sunglass collections by the innovative Hong Kong fashion designer Simon Chim attracted a great deal of attention in Paris a s it showed the importance of combining technology with fashion." At this major trade show for the optics and eyewear sector, Waterside Labs, under its Vision Technologies Europe brand, showcased an exclusive range of products including its Smart frames for Google Glass and Smart GOLD lens design. A new innovation, which provides a distortion-free zone for viewing, - positioned in an area where aberrations would otherwise occur. Optical Prism | November-December 2014 37