Swiss based, Adrian Goegl is an optician who has an eye in the future. Called Oak and Dust, these 3D Eyeglasses involved an unusual material cork. He says ‘ With this project I wanted to design a serious and useful concept which enables us to use 3D-printers directly at the point of sale in optical stores. the focus of my project was not how exactly the form of spectacle frames should be but rather how these frames can be designed, manufactured, and sold in the near future’ Read more at 3D Print
This is the first of the 3D designed eyewear that have used cork in this way. It give a depth, that is otherwise lacking in 3D Eyewear.