Probably, everyone has heard that at an interview testers are asked to test some object, for example, a pencil. Our cadets approached this task from the creative side. Below is fun testing of the glasses from our cadets.
Is it possible to adjust the brackets?
Does the glass distort the image?
Can you see anything through the glasses?
Do prescription glasses with diopters magnify the image?
Can I wear glasses on my head?
Do they protect against ultraviolet radiation?
What is the shape of the frame?
What color is the frame?
Does the color of the glasses match the color indicated on the package or on the website?
Are the brackets of the same color?
Are the material and shape the same?
Test the materials for allergy.
What is the quality of the lenses?
Check the swimming goggles for tightness
Will your eyes hurt if the glass cracks?
Throw from the table
What will happen if you put them into the pocket with the keys?
Put them into the water
If they hit high notes in opera, will they crack?
Check if they are not pressing behind the ears, and whether they are not coming off the nose?
Is it convenient to wipe the glasses?
Can the temples get bigger for a large head?
How quickly do the lenses get dirty?
Do the glasses fit in the case?
Is it possible to change the glass depending on the mood and weather conditions?
Are the glasses not pressing on the nose bridge?
Check how you can see if you turn the glasses over.
Shake your head face down. Do they hold?
Let’s test sunglasses. Can you read a book wearing them in the cinema?