BHons – South China University of Technology (China)
MSc – South China University of Technology (China)
The Children’s Head-face Shapes and Spectacle Frames Design
Dr Yan Tina Luximon (Chief Supervisor)
Dr Clifford Choy (Co-supervisor)
About the Research
The head-face shapes of children change with age. Previous studies had collected children’s heads dimensions for spectacle frames design using traditional measurement, but they still did not provide a clear standard for children’s spectacle frames design. The related investigations had indicated that 3D models of human can help develop better products. Studies in adults’ head-face shapes and spectacle frames design had been conducted by researchers, but the 3D head-face model of children and frames design is still an unexplored area. Hence, the aim of this study is to explore the relationship between children’ 3D head-face shapes and spectacle frames design and find out the key factors of children’s spectacle frames design, which would be used to provide a better guidance for designers and help develop better products for children.
Design Methodologies and Results/ Outcomes