Monolithic glasses are 3D printed in 27 sizes for a perfect fit

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There is a seemingly endless range of eye-wear available to consumers. But this range of colors and styles doesn't necessarily translate into real choice for the wearer. That's because glasses are mass-produced, so very few pairs will fit any one face perfectly. To tackle that problem, a Hong Kong based architect called Edmond Wong has designed a line of 3D printed nylon spectacles — called Mono — that can be adapted to perfectly fit every wearer. The glasses come in three frame sizes — small, medium and large — but crucially also have two further adaptable elements: the nose pad…

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