A new DIY eclipse viewer will allow you to watch the sun for up to two hours straight without having to rely on your phone or telescope.
The new product, called the Eclipse Glass, is made by a small startup called Eclipse Vision, which is working with NASA to develop a telescope that can be used as a focal point for a high-definition camera.
The company plans to launch its product this year.
The Eclipse Glass is currently only available for Kickstarter backers.
Eclipse Vision has received more than $400,000 in funding, with plans to expand the product to the U.S. market.
Here are the basic specs of the Eclipse Vision Eclipse Glass: A 10-inch LED screen that can display a wide-angle view of all the wavelengths of light that will be reflected by the sun.
The camera in the Eclipse Viewer will take images of the sun at a wide angle.
The lenses of the camera are attached to the screen and will be connected to a high quality, custom-designed, low-noise lens that can focus at a maximum aperture of 1.7 meters.
It will also have a wide field of view that can track the motion of the moon and planets around the sun during a full moon.
The lens will have a special, removable filter that can filter out a small amount of light.
The filter will allow for a wider field of vision and a more accurate, natural image.
Eclipse Lens, which was invented by the Eclipse vision team, is a low-cost, high-quality, low cost, high resolution solar filter with a custom design filter that will give you a beautiful, high quality image of the sky.
The glass is not compatible with the existing camera mount on most smartphones, but it is compatible with an iPad and will also be compatible with Android smartphones.
The telescope will have an internal microphone that can record audio from the eclipse filter, and the filter will have three different color filters.
Eclipse Glass will be made by Eclipse Vision and will cost $199.
Eclipse’s Kickstarter campaign started on August 3, with the goal of raising $3,500, but the company has raised more than four times its initial goal.
So far, Eclipse Vision says it has sold more than 1,400 units.
It is also hoping to expand to other countries, as well.
The eclipse filter on the Eclipse Lens is available for $39.
Eclipse is not the only company looking to develop the Eclipse telescope.
Google, Microsoft, and Facebook have all been working on developing their own telescopes, and NASA has said that it is also developing an eclipse filter.
Eclipse has received $1.8 million from Kickstarter, but that is not enough to keep the company afloat.
Eclipse will need to raise more than that to get to the level of success that Eclipse Vision is hoping for.