3D printing has hit the design field by storm and now it’s going to hit your face (um, in a pleasant, non-violent way) with Protos 3D Printed Eyewear. The layering 3D process can build a frame that’s not only lightweight and durable, but it will make you a really cool pair of shades.

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Hal Pixel (first image also)

Glasses shopping can be tedious so Protos will soon be offering custom eyewear that they specially fit to your own face – brilliant! That’s the beauty of 3D printing – it allows you to tweak designs rather easily for custom work. They are currently available in five styles that would work on most any face: Hal Pixel, Rodman, Joel, Hughes, and Howard.

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Hal Pixel

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Rodman

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Rodman

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Joel

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Joel

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Hughes

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Hughes

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Howard

Protos 3D Printed Eyewear in style fashion  Category
Howard

If you like these, you’ll also probably like this 8-bit eyewear from Dzmitry Samal.