A Melville eyewear maker has teamed up with the Calvin Klein design firm to produce 3-D-enabled sunglasses.
Marchon3D, with offices off Spagnoli Road adjacent to the Farmingdale State College campus, will make the designer eyewear in three men's and three women's styles.
The brand name for the eyewear is CK3d, retailing for about $180 a pair.
Marchon3D says these three-dimensional view glasses have “the only curved 3D lens on the market that is RealD-certified."
RealD is a leading license holder for the stereoscopic technology used in many movie theaters for 3-D screenings.
Marchon3D's parent company, Marchon Eyewear Inc., distributes its products in more than 100 countries, with regional headquarters in New York, Amsterdam, Tokyo and Hong Kong.
Marchon's eyewear brands include Coach, Diane von Furstenberg, Fendi, Sean John and X-Games.