Optometry Practice

I am owner of an optometry practice using advanced technologies. We use:

  • OCT laser scanning for retina screening and optic nerve analysis
  • IRPL pulsed light treatment for dry eye
  • Infrared meibumgraphy to examine meibum glands
  • Wavefront scanning to study higher order aberrations. e.g. to detect night vision problems
  • Lipid layer analysis for grading lipid layer quality
  • Endothelial cell photography to analyse the quality of the cornea
  • Etc…Marc Eigenaar Optometrist Boptom

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Creative 3D design from an optometric view with experienced skill set

In my practice I have a Topcon Triton swept OCT eye scanner. This medical device can make deep tissue scans of the human retina. With advanced 3D techniques I am able to produce a solid out of this microscopic scan. If needed an actual scaled 3D printed object can be produced. Find an interactive 3D model below.

OD Macula + optic nerve head
by FourDeX
on Sketchfab

OCT scan
Snapshot of the interactive scan of the macula + optic nerve head of the right eye

It is unique to have combined skills in optometry and 3D design. This creates an opportunity to design the perfect optical frame with all the right geometry resulting in the ultimate eyewear. My eyewear is designed around the geometry of an optical lens. Additive manufacturing requires new insights in designing eyewear. The post treatment should be minimal so large eyewear factories are not needed. This means that the fit and finish should be all done in 3D already.
My designs can have complex 3D textures and can be fully customized to the geometry of a person.

3D printed eye wear
3D printed design with a special 180 degrees hinge

I am building our own 3d scan rig with the use of a professional Artec Eva scanner. This way we can get as close as 0.1 mm 3D point accuracy with 0.03% over 100 centimeter.

Scanning the president

At this moment we are creating a database of 3D scanned human bodies as a reference for current and future eyewear designs. Because we scan full bodies we can also use these data for other applications than eyewear. We are doing a lot of 3D scans in a retail environment where we can test our designs and streamline our routine.
In the future we will even be able to print corrective lenses in eyewear frames. The technology is there already.

If you are interested in a cooperation or in need of consultancy in this area please contact me.

– Marc Notenboom, Optometrist Bsc/ 3D Designer/ Builder –

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Address : Dr. Plesmanlaan 156-160
3601DE, Maarssen, The Netherlands

Phone: +31 346 556555