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Even better performance for Singular®!
Young or older presbyopes concerned about their appearance and looking for ‘trendy’ frames
A Digital Surfacing version of Singular® is now available, offering a range of optical combinations and surfaces to satisfy wearers’ needs even better.
How Singular® benefits from the digital surfacing technology
Digital Surfacing technology brings total personalisation to small frames,
with every point on both sides of the lens calculated to perfectly match all the parameters of the wearer’s prescription.
1) At the edge of the visual field, the backside surface is calculated to locally eliminate the astigmatism generated by the front surface - a cylinder opposite that on the front surface is applied to the backside.
2) Each zone of astigmatism on the edge of the visual field is worked on locally.
3) Aberrations are reduced and visual fields extended.
Singular® DS is now personalised in terms of each wearer’s prescription with the following additional benefits:
Aberration reduced by up to 20% compared to Singular® - for more stabilised optical images
Superior visual comfort – for sharper vision in all directions
Enhanced field of vision for small frames – giving an impression of spaciousness
Panoramic and dynamic vision for small lenses
• Singular® DS offers optimal fluidity between near and distant vision and produces a real feeling of spaciousness, even in small, ‘trendy’ frames.
• Aberrations reduced by over 20% compared with Singular® - perfectly stabilising optical images in all directions.
• Suitable for all types of ametropia, even the most pronounced.
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Produced using Digital Surfacing
Optimised on both surfaces
Personalisation in terms of the wearer’s prescription (the sphere, cylinder, axis and additional parameters all taken into account when calculating the lens surface)
Continuous progression length