Cohen, Stephen
May 2009
LabTalk;May/Jun2009, Vol. 37 Issue 9F, p24
Trade Publication
The author describes his vision on how digital technology revolutionizes the optical industry in 2014. He discusses how optical laboratories use digital surfacing equipment and lens design software to make the best lenses for every medical prescription. He also mentioned various tools that can take measurements such as Pupillary distance, vertex distance and wrap angle.


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