We are terribly sorry, but even though they are incredibly cool, unfortunately LomoGoggles aren’t in fact a real invention – It’s a cheeky little April Fool’s by us folks at Lomography. The good news is that there are still plenty of ways to take a break from digital and enjoy all the wonders of analogue without these fashionable specs – head past the jump to find out how!
That’s right, we’re afraid to say LomoGoggles weren’t in fact invented by Lomographic scientists but by a team of pranksters here at Lomography for April Fool’s Day! As much as we’d love to see an invention that can hide digital devices, one doesn’t exist right now. But what does exist is a ton of different ways you can take a break from digital whenever you feel like it. Why not try out one of our Analogue Day Activities for some non-digital fun? Then you can show us analogue photos of your activities in the My Analogue Life Photo Contest! Or dare to be different and take a digital break by showing us your craziest analogue adventures in the My Analogue Life Video Contest.
Also in just a couple of weeks’ time on April 12th, we’ll be having huge events celebrating analogue at Film Photography Day across the globe. Check out where the events are happening and join us for the fun!
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