Monday, July 24, 2017

This startup 3D prints glasses that will fit nobody but you

It’s a bit of a holy grail for the eyewear industry: Being able to sell glasses that never pinch, slide off, or seem off-center. But every face is different, noses come in various sizes, and ears aren’t always in the exact same position. So when it comes to spectacles, there’s no such thing as ‘one size fits all.’ The only solution is producing custom made frames. And according to Dutch tech website Bright, that’s exactly what startup Roger Bacon does. By making 3D scans of their customers’ faces, the eyewear company is able to make spectacles that fit just right.…

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