AUSTRALIA has a new trend in the glass breaking craze.
It’s called stained glass blowing.
Glasses blowing is when glass blowing enthusiasts blow their glasses with a clear frame.
The process is not only for artistic effect, but for people who are blind.
Glass blowing is a hobby of many Australians, including the blind.
But glass blowing has come under fire in the past, with people claiming it damages the eyes and damages the vision.
One of the most common arguments is that the glass blows off the glass and causes blindness.
A study of Australian blind people found that 70 per cent of those who use glass blowing said the damage was minimal and that there was no lasting effect.
It was estimated that a typical glass blowing session can cost around $20 and a session lasting around an hour.
But there are concerns about the safety of the process.
Many have claimed that the amount of glass blowing in the Australian culture can be dangerous.
They argue that the industry can be lucrative for some, but the damage is also costly.
Some have also argued that the damage causes a visual impairment.
However, Dr Stephen Lachlan from the University of Adelaide’s Vision Research Centre said there is no evidence to support that claim.
“It’s not a proven fact, it’s just one theory that people come up with,” he said.
He said there are many different types of glass, but that a clear glass blowing process was the most popular.
“The people who have had the most success using clear glass, have had a clear and clear view of the world,” Dr Lachlen said.
“They see it through the eyes, they can see the shape of the glass, and they see the reflection of the eye in the reflection in the mirror.”
Dr Lachlin said it was not unusual for glass blowing to take place in homes and workplaces.
When he conducted his research in the 1980s, there was a lot of interest in the hobby.
“I would say it’s been around since about 1970,” he explained.
“There was no specific research going on at the time that showed it could be a problem, but people were using it.”
Dr Richard Sayers, the former head of the Australian Glass Society, said the hobby was not harmful and he did not see any harm.
“You’re not going to have a problem if you don’t get a lot,” he told ABC Radio National.
Dr Sayers said the industry was an interesting one to study, as it was a way of raising money.
“[But] if you look at the numbers, if you looked at the people who’ve actually got the glass blown, you’re not seeing any real problems,” he added.
“If you have people who go out and blow their glass and get a clear, then there’s a big difference in the effect of the noise.”
The glass blowing industry is based in Tasmania and the United States.
There is a national glass blowing competition.
Australian Glass, the industry body for glass manufacturers, has a national association and more than 30,000 glassmakers are members.
If you or anyone you know is experiencing any problems with glasses blowing, contact your doctor or local optician.