VCPN INSIDER NEWSLETTER March 29, 2018

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MADE-TO-MEASURE ROGER BACON FROM EYENAVISION

Exclusively distributed in the U.S. by Eyenavision, Inc., Roger Bacon Eyewear allows independent eyecare professionals to offer custom, made-to-measure eyewear through the use of patient scanning and 3D-printing technology. Read More>>

CLEAR3D FACIAL SCANS PRINT IN 3D

Eyewear and sunwear designer and distributor, ClearVision Optical previewed its Clear3D facial scanning and 3D-printing technology at Vision Expo East in advance of its official launch this fall. Eyecare professionals will be able to offer their customers a virtual try-on experience using facial recognition technology that will result in bespoke frames that can be finished in titanium, nylon or acetate. Read More>>

SPECSY LAUNCHES AR-DESIGNED FRAMES IN U.S.

Toronto-based Specsy introduced its 3D-printed custom eyewear line to the U.S. at Vision Expo East. Specsy creates 3D-printed custom frames that are designed in-store with augmented reality and 3D scanning. Using 3D scans and a digital design process, Specsy allows patients to design frames on a live image of their face and provides eyecare professionals the opportunity to offer a truly customized frame. Read More>>

FRAMES MADE TO SPEC BY 3DNA EYEWEAR

Using patent-pending technologies – 3D-scan-based customization, an eyewear design app and a modular production system – 3DNA enables eyecare professionals to completely design their own frames. Using the 3DNA digital eyewear design and production system for optical retailers and labs, consumers receive a 3D face scan and collaborate with an optician to design their glasses. A 3D scan precisely measures a patient’s face, which allows for custom fit on temple length and behind-the-ear curvature, personalized nasal shapes and slope contours.  Read More>> 


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