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CEO Harrison Gross presentation at the Benjamin Franklin Institute on Smart Eyewear

CEO Harrison Gross presentation at the Benjamin Franklin Institute on Smart Eyewear

The eyewear industry is constantly evolving, with new technologies pushing the boundaries of what we can achieve. The next generation of opticians needs to be aware of these innovations to stay ahead in their profession. Recently, opticianry students at Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of Technology (BFCIT) were given a rare opportunity to delve into the world of smart eyewear, learning directly from Lucyd founder Harrison Gross. In today's blog post, we'll explore the highlights of this interactive session and discuss the potential impact of smart eyewear on the industry.

During the educational event, Harrison Gross provided an in-depth presentation on the emerging technology of smart eyewear. He covered a range of topics, from the features and benefits of this innovative technology to its potential applications in both the medical and consumer markets. Gross emphasized the significance of integrating advanced technology with eyewear to offer improved visual experiences while addressing current challenges and the industry's future.

The interactive session allowed students to ask questions and share their own ideas about the future of smart eyewear, providing valuable insights into the technology. This experience not only expanded their understanding but also motivated them to think about how smart eyewear could shape their careers as opticians.

As the eyewear industry continues to evolve and incorporate cutting-edge technology, it's essential for the next generation of opticians to stay informed about new developments and their potential impact on the profession. The recent interactive session with Lucyd founder Harrison Gross has given BFCIT students a unique perspective on smart eyewear, preparing them to embrace the future of their industry.

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