These Sunglasses Simulate LSD Hallucinogenic Visions
Okay, so these John Lennon-esque shades won't make you actually hallucinate. But they do simulate the intense colors and disjointed visions associated with taking LSD—without any of the pesky physical (or legal) side effects that come from ingesting contraband chemicals.
The psychedelic, Kool-Aid-colored glasses were designed by Hungarian artist Bence Agoston and feature six special inserts. Each insert filters light differently and can be layered over others to create an altered view of the world around you.
"Because each color filters the incoming lights differently, and the patterns can overlap each other or leave blank fields, the new view is completely random and twisted," Agoston told Co.Design. He also stipulates that the so-called MOOD glasses can be worn with clear lens in the 3D-printed frames—but where's the fun in that?
If you're interested in experiencing LSD-like effects, Agoston recommends popping the glasses on "during travel, when people listen to music, just looking out the window and watching the ever-changing sights, in perfect harmony with the music."