Thursday, May 8, 2014

Thoughts about Digitally Processed Lenses from Younger

"Digital processing is perhaps the most significant and exciting technological development our industry has seen in recent years. While there are many advantages to this technology, there are also some optical design issues which need to be considered. I believe Camber both addresses these optical issues and takes advantage of all the flexibility digital surfacing has to offer," writes David Rips, president and CEO of Younger Optics.

"There is an old saying: 'Sometimes one must travel far to find that which is near.' This is certainly true with Camber, which at its core revisits the importance of matching Rx power with a corresponding, optically-appropriate base curve. By utilizing the power of complex curves on both surfaces of the lens, Camber seems to offer something for everyone. Better optics, cosmetics, improved near and widened distance zones— Camber is truly a breakthrough for the laboratory, eyecare professional, and most importantly, the patient." Read more.

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