To expand your access to this innovative portfolio of lens enhancements, new and improved TechShield Anti-Reflective (AR) Coatings are now available through a continually growing list of labs, with even more labs to follow soon.
On May 13, 2020, TechShield Anti-Reflective (AR) Coatings introduced a line of new and improved AR coatings that now provide even better scratch resistance, smudge resistance, and cleanability with ISO-certified anti-bacterial lens surface protection.
As hundreds of thousands of bargain hunters wreak havoc on malls and outlets across America this Black Friday, savvy online shoppers will be avoiding chaos and potential bodily harm by waiting until Cyber Monday to score their holiday deals.
This is part four in a four-part series guest-written by nationally recognized blue light expert, Gary Morgan, OD.
Over the course of the past three blog posts, we have examined why closer working distance, large pupils, and clear crystalline lenses contribute to children being more vulnerable to the adverse effects of blue light.
So with the “why’s” out of the way, let’s examine the “how’s,” as in, how to help children reduce their blue light exposure and combat digital eye strain.
This is part three in a four-part series guest-written by nationally recognized blue light expert, Gary Morgan, OD.
In parts one and two of this series, we discussed two primary factors affecting blue light exposure: proximity of the light source and pupil size. These factors increase retinal luminance in children viewing blue-light emitting devices more than they do adults.
The third factor affecting retinal luminance is the density of the ocular media that light is passing through. In the eye, the only media that significantly changes density is the crystalline lens.
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