Small Changes Can Mean Large Improvements

Is there a small change that you turn into a large improvement?

Until about 300 years ago, those with poor eyesight had to hold up their glasses with their hands or balance them on their noses. That all changed in 1730 when English optician Edward Scarlett invented rigid eyeglass sidepieces that rested on the ears. At first, people resisted the change but gradually found the convenience hard to live without. Today nobody would wear glasses any other way.

Content courtesy of the Ah Ha! Discovery Deck, developed by John Cronin at the ipCapital Group to help inventors solve real-world problems.

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