Eye-DNA, an optical supplier out of Hong Kong, has brought 3D printed eyewear one step closer to retailing, updating its 3DNA eyewear system with new software and two more eyewear collections.
The system features an interactive touchscreen kiosk, which now incorporates 3D scanning and modelling, allowing customers and their eye care professionals to create customised eyewear. Swipe-to-browse, style compare, auto-fit, live assist functionality, and a swatch book with 80 physical swatches for material options, all enhance the process. There are four frame collections available, each with twelve styles, including the Classic and Spring 2018 collections, as well as collections by Danish eyewear designer/ entrepreneur Niels Ravn and David Keith – creator of Spexwax.
All can be ordered in titanium, stainless steel, Mazzucchelli acetate, stone, mother-ofpearl, wood, buffalo horn, cork, carbon fibre and recycled vinyl made by Spexwax.