The first lens design based entirely on your eyes
Traditionally made single vision lenses have a constant curvature across the front surface, which makes peripheral vision almost impossible.
Aspheric lenses were invented to reduce distortions in peripheral vision, with curvatures changing from center to edge. But until now, aspheric designs have been purely theoretical, with little consideration for how your eyes actually move.
Our patented approach to lens design is based on the understanding that no two eyes are exactly the same.
We’ve developed a completely new approach to eyeglass lens design and processing,
all based on the insight that each of us sees the world slightly differently.
iD technology factors in more variables than traditional eyeglass lens making processes, like accounting for the way your individual eyes move. We’ve reinvented the lens design, the polishing technique, even the analysis and correction of skew deformations. iD technology is what makes the first truly personalized eyeglass lenses possible.
No two people see the world exactly the same way. That’s why HOYA’s iD Single Vision is the first aspheric lens design based on how your eyes actually see the world. Our patented Integrated Double Surface design (IDS) technology then shapes your lens design on both the front and back surface of each lens plate, to maximize viewing ranges and virtually eliminate distortions in peripheral vision.
This unprecedented achievement in engineering and design lets you select from an array of stylish rimless mounting options, which are then permanently bonded to the lightest lenses in the world. With Distortion-Free optics, your vision will never be distorted, and your lenses can’t fall out of the frames!
For loyal contact lens wearers, HOYA Distortion-Free Optics offers an unprecedented range of vision, like nothing you’ve ever seen, combined with the lightest weight lenses you’ve ever worn, all in a clean, minimalist design you have to see on for yourself.
Smartphones, tablets, TVs and even energy efficient light bulbs emit high-energy blue light waves that, when stared at day and night, strain our eyes and even interfere with our ability to sleep at night. The blue light blocking properties of Recharge lenses alleviate eyestrain, and even help maintain your melatonin levels, so you can fall asleep at night.
Only HOYA-authorized eye care providers have the optical expertise to explain how iD Single Vision lenses are designed exclusively for your eyes.
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