The progressive lenses of the Smartlife 3 family benefit from the new ZEISS SmartView 2.0 technology.
More concretely, this technology is based on three pillars:
Intelligent Dynamic Optics is based on binocular vision for today's dynamic visual behavior. The key factor is the ratio between the tilt and the object/viewing distance (which is increasingly closer due to cellphone use). A three-dimensional object-space model is used to design the lens, taking into account distance, direction, and tilt relative to the eyeglass lens.
In addition to the three-dimensional object-space model, SmartLife Individual 3 Progressive Lenses use new design fingerprints (distribution of vision zones). The object-space model and the new fingerprint take into account dynamic visual behavior from near to far, leading to a smoother transition to the periphery of the lens with fewer blurred areas than before.
Age-Linked Intelligence means that different aspects, mainly related to age, are considered in the design of each lens. For example, the wearer's age and the corresponding physiological and anatomical changes in the eye are taken into account.
The visual needs of different age groups can be grouped into the following general categories:
6-19 years | Clear vision, adapting to eyes and lifestyle while growing
20+ years | + Clear vision, both near and far
30+ years | ++ Relaxed vision, especially after a long day
40+ years | + ++ Near vision assistance, reducing eye fatigue
50+ years | + + ++ Intermediate vision support
Using three technologies, age-specific parameters are integrated into the lens design:
Consult your Opto-Réseau professional to find out which version of Individual SmartLife lenses will best meet your needs!