Camber | Digital Ray-Path | Smart Add | Y Tech
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Synergy of front and back surfaces
CamberTM Technology combines complex surfaces on both sides of the lens to provide excellent vision correction. The unique and continuously changing surface, of the specially designed lens blank, allows expanded reading zones with improved peripheral vision.
When combined with a back surface design,
using Digital Ray-Path®, both surfaces work together to accommodate an expanded Rx Range, which ultimately offers better cosmetics for most prescriptions,and yields user-preferred near vision performance.
DIGITAL RAY-path® 2
FreeForm personalized progressive addition lens
Pushing the limits of geometry in lens personalization, Digital Ray-Path® 2 is an advanced FreeForm lens technology that is considered superior to its predecessor, Digital Ray-Path®. Digital Ray-Path® 2 harnesses the intrinsic potential of the visual system to refine the optimization process for personalized lenses. This technology analyzes oblique aberrations at various focal distances for each direction of gaze. Minimization of oblique aberrations is balanced throughout the accommodative object space, providing extremely clear vision and precise focus.
Digital Ray-Path® 2 considers the accommodative object space, the volume defined by the points within the clear visual range, for each direction of gaze. Lenses with Digital Ray-Path® 2 Technology offer greater comfort, impeccable visual quality, and more precise focus.
Relax and comfort in front of
Smart Add is a technology specifically designed to improve comfort when viewing electronic devices (smartphones, tablets, computers, etc.).
The intermediate and near visual regions have been optimized for agile focus with less effort. The eyes are more relaxed, eyestrain disappears and the user’s posture is more ergonomic.
Improves myope’s vision
The Y-tech Method considers the unique visual challenges of the myopic eye by minimizing the rate of increase of unwanted astigmatism from the corridor to the periphery of the lens. This ensures a subtle change and soft power distribution.
The Y-tech Method controls how the astigmatism grows over the surface of the lens, minimizing its growth speed from both sides of the corridor until the periphery of the lens ensuring a very subtle change in power.
Do you have poor vision at night?
Night myopia affects one out of three people, making it difficult to see distant objects at night. inMotion addresses this problem with its night vision zone, providing an improved visual quality.