Revolutionizing optics for over 50 years
We combine specialized processes in optical engineering with high-tech knowledge of advanced materials to bend and manipulate light more precisely than ever before possible. We believe the science of optics can benefit mankind in new ways, and we endeavor to discover them all.
The better you see, the more you reduce eyestrain. More natural vision even helps to relax the brain and improve concentration. That’s why we developed the first technology that analyzes each eye’s specific correction requirements. We’re also the first lens maker to shape your lens design on both the front and back surface,
For a more precise vision correction.
Our Super HiVision EX3 treatment allows more light to reach your eyes, which optimizes your sight. But the most impressive aspects of Super HiVision EX3 are things you won’t even notice.
We created Phoenix, the lightest lens material on the planet, to help you forget you even wear glasses. Phoenix lenses also meet FDA standards for impact resistance, and provide 100% protection against both UV-A and UV-B rays.
Our revolutionary Distortion-Free Optics vision system combines exceptionally thin, light and easy to clean lenses with rimless frames mounted without drill holes, wires, screws, or anything else that can distort your vision or cause damage.
Our Integrated Double Surface design process (IDS) is the first technology to shape your lens design onto both the front and back surface of each lens, which results in more comfortable transitions between near and far distances, significantly wider and clearer viewing zones, and virtually eliminates the swimming and swaying sensations common with conventional eyeglass lenses.
Prescription eyeglass lenses that correct for specific distances
‘No-line’ lenses that provide clear, comfortable distance transitions
Lenses that alleviate specific vision correction issues
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