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Donald Liebenberg's Eclipse Glasses
Eclipse glasses

Origin

Donald Liebenberg

Type

Solar Eclipse Glasses

Effects

Absorbs visual wavelengths, blocking out visuals

Downsides

Outlines a blinding halo around subject

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Alhazen-576H

Aisle

760549-2590

Shelf

219243-9873-842

Date of Collection

May 26, 2019

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OriginEdit

Astronomy professor extraordinaire, Donald Liebenberg's claim to fame is being a professional solar eclipse hound. Having witnessed a grand total of 27 eclipses, Liebenberg has spent greater time obscured in the moon's shadow than anyone else. Managing to finagle an early test Concorde test flight, his crew spent 74 minutes in flight conducting experiments under totality. Most people on the ground get seven if lucky. And lucky he has been. His latest sighting in 2017 was from the comfort of his own driveway.

EffectsEdit

Wearing causes varying shades of darkness to envelop the user's vision. Alternating between fuzzy static and perpetual black is common. The eyes work perfectly fine, they're not blinded - light is just unable to reflect from the acrylic into ocular nerve. More continual time can lead to loss of spatial awareness, although the other senses pick up slack. The real damage is the reflected light instead ungulates off the rest of their body, creating a concentrated corona effect. Blindness by onlookers can occur in minutes from standing next to a celestial wannabe.

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