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Digital Lenses

Digitally Customized Lenses: It’s High-Definition for Your Eyes

Think about the first time you saw high-definition television. Remember how it made your old analog TV picture seem drab and blurry? High-definition made colors brighter, shapes sharper, and brought everything keenly into focus. Now imagine having the same experience with your eyeglasses. Sure, you can probably see fine with the ones you have, just like watching analog TV was fine when that was all you had.

But what if you could upgrade to high-definition for your eyes?

Free-form Technology

There’s a new technology that could change the way you see—forever.

It’s called “free-form,” a revolutionary digital manufacturing process that uses computer-aided design and surfacing to create high-level, customized eyeglass lenses with your unique prescription.

Think of it as a tailor for your eyes. Just like you can take an off-the-rack pair of pants and have it customized to fit your specific measurements, you can now have lenses made customized for your specific prescription and frames.

Benefits of Customized Free-form Lenses

Many leaders in the vision industry expect free-form technology to be the next revolution in vision correction. In addition to the improved visual clarity that customized free-form lenses provide, you can expect:

  • Exceptional night/low light vision: Free-form lenses can reduce glare and halo effects caused by light sources at night, such as car headlights.
  • Exceptional contrast perception: Free-form lenses can sharpen vision.
  • Exceptional color vision: Free-form lenses can maximize the optics built into your lenses, providing brighter and more intense colors
  • A Digitally Customized Lenses: It’s High-Definition for Your Eyes Think about the first time you saw high-definition television. Remember how it made your old analog TV picture seem drab and blurry? High-definition made colors brighter, shapes sharper, and brought everything keenly into focus. Now imagine having the same experience with your eyeglasses. Sure, you can probably see fine with the ones you have, just like watching analog TV was fine when that was all you had.But what if you could upgrade to high-definition for your eyes?
  • While everyone can benefit to a certain extent from customized lenses, people with complex prescriptions and progressive wearers will notice the greatest visual improvements.