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ArabianBusiness.com [09/11/18, via ArabianBusiness.com]
First 3D printed eyewear goes on sale in the UAE Immensa Technology Labs, the UAE-based 3D printing company, has announced a partnership to offer the first 3D-printed eyewear product line in the UAE. After over a year of internal tests and prototypes, the frames are now market-ready and will [...]

Tahawul Tech [09/12/18, via Tahawul Tech]
First-ever 3D-printed eyewear now available in Dubai Immensa Technology Labs (Immensa), the UAE-based Additive Manufacturing (AM or 3D printing) company, has announced its partnership with Dubai-based Monogram Eyewear to present the first high-end, 3D-printed eyewear product line in the UAE. [...]

AOP [09/10/18, via AOP]
Adidas launches two 3D printed collections Adidas Sport Eyewear has launched two new collections that have been developed using a 3D printing technique to create the sports brand's lightest prescription-ready frames yet. A 3D printed diamond structure technique called digital light synthesis [...]

[10/05/18, via WWSB ABC 7]
Hong Kong Optical Fair Opens Next Month turning buying eyewear into aninteractive experience. Optical retailers are able to operate face scan and select precise eyewear for customers Customers can created personalised frames with 3D printing technology. Huge potential in contact lens market. [...]

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The launch of KiteONE @thedesignjunction allowed customers to have their head and face scanned, in order to map the… t.co/156PtANlGi 

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A Overview on 3D Printing A Overview on 3D Printing
Published by AnVi OpenSource Knowledge Trust
ISBN
117 pages
Beginning Design for 3D Printing Beginning Design for 3D Printing
Published by Apress 2015
ISBN 9781484209462,148420946X
409 pages
Fabricated Fabricated
Published by John Wiley & Sons 2013
ISBN 9781118416945,1118416945
320 pages
Makers Makers
Published by Crown Business 2012
ISBN 9780307720979,0307720977
272 pages

Be Your Own Designer

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SolidWorks Make, released at SolidWorks World 2016, held this week in Dallas, lets consumers personalize their online products and the have those products delivered to their door, said Igal Kaptsan, SolidWorks vice president of product management. SolidWorks ensures the variations can be produced by 3D printers or by another process to customer specifications, then uploads the models to a retailer’s site, Kaptsan said. Eyewear maker ClearVision Optical has been using the SolidWorks Make tool to allow customers to personalize their glasses, said David Friedfeld, the retailer’s chief executive officer. SolidWorks Make is being introduced mainly to the online jewelry, accessory, eyewear, and toy markets because these retailers.

[via 3D CAD World]

Be Your Own Designer

sanfrancisco ca usa demo technology tech entrepreneurship entrepreneur enterpriselaunch demo2014 Photo by The DEMO Conference on Flickr

SolidWorks Make, released at SolidWorks World 2016, held this week in Dallas, lets consumers personalize their online products and the have those products delivered to their door, said Igal Kaptsan, SolidWorks vice president of product management. SolidWorks ensures the variations can be produced by 3D printers or by another process to customer specifications, then uploads the models to a retailer’s site, Kaptsan said. Eyewear maker ClearVision Optical has been using the SolidWorks Make tool to allow customers to personalize their glasses, said David Friedfeld, the retailer’s chief executive officer. SolidWorks Make is being introduced mainly to the online jewelry, accessory, eyewear, and toy markets because these retailers.

[via 3D CAD World]

[03/17/16, via Yahoo News]
Broomstick flying or red-light ping-pong? Gadgets at German fair Hanover (Germany) (AFP) - Virtual reality and 3D printing are among top technologies showcased ... like can climb on a plastic lookalike and put on a pair of virtual reality glasses and earphones offered by LocomotionVR. The German company offers ... [...]

[03/15/16, via The Johnson County Graphic]
Tech, glorious tech! Top last-minute gear gifts for every budget ... printing is now available for home use. Products like the Micro 3D Printer mean anyone can have the power of this technology in their home or office. It may be difficult to find, but the Micro sells for around $349. Less than $1,000 * Smart glasses ... [...]

[03/15/16, via The Institution of Engineering and Technology]
VR in the workplace Jim Wagner, visualisation architect for service publications at Caterpillar, says millennials will often ask, instead of reaching for a printed manual ... the animated graphics correctly. As digital eyewear becomes cheaper and robust enough to use ... [...]

[03/11/16, via The Business Journal]
MasterCard and Parsons let you pay with shoe, sunglasses, handshake This could be open sourced to allow multiple eyewear designers to install the payment capabilities ... it goes beyond just producing apparel (which these days includes 3D printing prototypes), and into actually incorporating technology into the designs. [...]

[03/10/16, via newspaperpost.com]
MakieLab: Custоmizing dоlls MakieLab also prides itself on printing 3D products that are ecofriendlу and non-hazardous ... and can offer facial or bodу custom markings. Glasses, cochlear implants and Diabetes monitors, too. Everу kid should feel heroic, and special, and included. [...]

New Study Explores Techniques for 3D Printing Lipstick Applicators

By now, you probably realize that 3D printing innovation has a very long reach. While in recent years it may have seemed relegated to creating whimsical items at home, or better left for engineers at NASA to experiment with, 3D printing technology has now infiltrated nearly every industry. The ability to customize products for consumers around the world is of enormous benefit, and researchers, designers, and users continue to offer up new designs and bespoke products.The world of fashion and...

‘Adversarial glasses’ can fool even state-of-the-art facial-recognition tech

You may have heard about so-called “adversarial” objects that are capable of baffling facial recognition systems, either making them fail to recognize an object completely or prompting them to classify it incorrectly — for example, thinking that a rifle is actually a 3D-printed toy turtle. Well, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have just found a practical, scaleable, and somewhat scary application — anti-facial-recognition...

Luxexcel and Roboze Announce Expansions of 3D Printing Businesses Into New Territories

It’s a new year, and with it comes new beginnings for many companies in the 3D printing industry. Those new beginnings include expansions into new territories, as is the case for Netherlands-based company Luxexcel, which specializes in 3D printed ophthalmic lenses. Luxexcel announced today that it will be opening its new United States headquarters in Alpharetta, GA, in the Atlanta area. Chief Commercial Officer Guido Groet has relocated to Alpharetta to lead the operations there.“We are...