3DNA Announces Beta iOS app For Mobile Scanning

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3DNA Technology Ltd announces the release of its beta IOS app for mobile 3D face scanning and remote design sessions using Zoom. Using iPhone models X and newer, and late-model Ipad Pros, consumers can scan their face and connect to any optician in the 3DNA network for instant or scheduled eyewear fitting and bespoke frame design consultations.

The IOS app uses the same high-resolution face-scanning technology found in 3DNA Kiosks. After scanning, data is immediately uploaded to the cloud, which can then be accessed by opticians in the 3DNA network. The app generates a Zoom conference call, enabling the consumer to instantly interact with opticians using their mobile device or PC.

3DNA eyewear opticians can now extend the reach of their services beyond their local market to expand and grow their business and increase differentiation of service from traditional opticians.

The new IOS app is free, and users can download the link directly from the website at 3DNA-eyewear.org.

3DNA iOS app

The beta IOS scan release coincides with the release of Eyewear Design App v1.9. The Windows app features the following updates to the digital dispensing system:

  • 800 additional acetate swatches from Jinyu plastics factory
  • Custom Shape and Material uploader
  • Automatic generation of social media imagery from design sessions
  • Community Designs – ability to see and share designs across the 3DNA network

About 3DNA:

What it is: 3DNA empowers opticians with technology to offer bespoke experiences and unique, personalized eyeglasses, to outcompete in their local market and differentiate from competitors.

How it works: 3DNA updates the process of eyewear selection from passive A/B choosing, into a fun, interactive, and collaborative experience. Instead of stocking thousands of individual frames, 3DNA enables ECPs with customization technology, based on 3D scanning and 3D eyewear design, to provide custom-tailored, premium eyewear from a wide variety of materials.

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