A NEW GOLDMINE FOR LABS
- Coping With Corridors. Santini, Barry // 20/20;Sep2015, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p131
The article discusses the challenge for opticians to recognize how more they need to be involved in designing lenses that will satisfy customer expectations. Topics include the challenges of traditional progressive addition lens design versus free-form lens production, choosing corridor length,...
- Comparison of Spectacle Classical Progressive and Office Progressive Lenses. Kozlík, Marek; Knollová, Libuse Nováková // Collegium Antropologicum;Jan2013 Supplement, Vol. 37 Issue Supp 1, p133
This paper elaborates on analysis of progressive spectacle lenses, to correct presbyopia, which are nowadays offered at the market. The paper describes different types of progressive lenses, their parameters, length and width of their progressive segments. It also describes degressive spectacles...
- OFFICE: Work Requirement and Lens Designs. Mattison, Mark // 20/20;Sep2013, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p134
In this article, the author presents information on designing lenses based on office work requirements. He informs that there are two categories of designing lenses, one with reading to mid-range vision and another with reading to distance vision but people can contact their ophthalmologists for...
- Free-Form Lenses. // 20/20;Oct2013, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p94
The article discusses the Lens Design Optimization Pyramid which plays an important role in lens designs. It mentions the hierarchical structure of the pyramid which include personalized at the top which adds lifestyle and offers wavefront information, customized that compensates for calculated...
- EXPERT ADVICE. Atchison, Kurt; Fried, John T.; Gregg, Ian // LabTalk;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 42 Issue 2E, p22
The article presents the views of optical laboratory industry executives Kurt Atchison, John T. Fried, and Ian Gregg on various issues related to the laboratory community. Atchison reflects on digital surfacing equipment which he deems crucial for the industry's growth. Fried discusses the value...
- GT2 by ZEISS: The Science of Satisfaction. Meister, Darryl // Eye Care Review;Aug2007, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p32
The article highlights the ZEISS Optical Optimization & Management process used by Carl Zeiss Vision in developing GT2 lens in the U.S. The author stated that ZEISS has always relied on a sophisticated lens design process that delivers the most advanced progressive lenses available. He added...
- Shamir Launches In Touch Progressive Lens. Karp, Andrew // Vision Monday;9/24/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p36
The article offers information on Shamir In Touch progressive lens.
- SINGLE V ISION FREE-FORM OPPORTUNITY. Mattison-Shupnick, Mark // 20/20;Nov2014, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p89
The article focuses on free-form digitally enhanced optimized single vision (SV) eyewear that use finished stock lenses or spherical semi-finished lens blanks which, according to the author, deliver a better design, mentions a comparison of up charge between optimized SV lenses and progressives.
- Six Ways to Make Remote Tracing Work. Boyles, Michelle // Review of Optometry;9/15/2002, Vol. 139 Issue 9, p47
Provides tips in making remote tracing of lenses perfect. Selection of the right laboratory for lenses; Establishment of better communication with the laboratory; Calibration of machine for better results.