The conceptual 'ZERO' disposable contact lens packaging has been designed by South Korea-based industrial designer Junsik Oh as an anti-contact packaging for corrective lenses. The blister-style packaging works by being peeled open before being drained of the storage solution and fully opened to reveal the contact lens. The packaging would then allow the finger of the person to be positioned on the underside to press upwards and hold the contact lens up for placement on the eye without any physical contact for a contamination-free experience.
The conceptual 'ZERO' disposable contact lens packaging is focused on providing a completely contact-free experience that will eliminate the need to put fingers into the eyes. The packaging also offers a more precise alternative to other processes like using tweezers.