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Is there a way to keep Mr. Schwartz's glasses firmly on his nose throughout the talk?

All answers are welcome: hand drawn diagrams, a simple sentence or an ingenious machine designed for this purpose.

Amusing answers are also welcome.

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    Oct 9 2012: Mr. Schwartz didn't want to reveal his secret but his glasses are actually minature teleprompters. Each time he pushes them up it advances his notes.
  • Nov 4 2012: maybe his nose architecture could be modified as to hold glasses and other household articles
  • Oct 9 2012: How about a sensor in the stand that tells when the glasses are about to slip? And pulls out a robotic arm that re-arranges the glasses?
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    Oct 9 2012: A great talk, thank you for mentioning it here!
    Mr. Schwartz did a great job himself keeping his glasses on his nose.
  • Oct 8 2012: Hi TEDies! This discussion is not a serious one: feel free to let your brain juice flow with the most absurd of your ideas. Enjoy and don't feel shy to participate.

    What have you got to lose?