The 3D Eye Chart Pillow was created by newcomer designer Heather Lins and was showcased at the New York International Gift Fair this weekend.  According to the official project description, the 3-D effect is achieved through anaglyph printing—cyan and red screen-printing inks that correspond with the glasses provided. The pillow is quite original and can be of great effect in a home theater for example. But we imagine it is not so much fun in a common bedroom, where the 3D glasses are optional, as looking at the uncommon pillow could be pretty tiresome to the eyes. The design is 100 % cotton and screen printed by hand with water-based inks. You can buy this product online here, for $95 (glasses included). So if you ever felt like checking your sight in 3D, here’s the solution.