CONTINUUM DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
THE EVOLUTION OF OPTICAL DEFINITION
Most current designs of ophthalmic progressive addition lenses use interpolation technology- a discontinued point-based optical software which leads to a loss of control over optical astigmatism and optical power in the lens’ surface.
Using Continuum Design Technology, we are able to use a mathematical model that takes the entire surface of the lens (with infinite points) into account. This quadruples the density of points on the optical surface.
This technology went through 6 years of R & D and is capable of not only preventing the interpolation process, but improving overall surface lens design.
Using the Novar Free-Form Lens Designer, you are able to customize design of ophthalmic lenses to accommodate different vision needs, making the end result more comfortable (improving field amplitude and reducing peripheral aberrations) and overall effective in terms of optical definition. Progressives, Bifocals, Digressive multi-focal, Mono-focals, and Specialty lenses are all within the realm of the software’s capability. Novar can be implemented on a broad variety of laboratory management systems and surfacing platforms, including Coburn’s Cobalt System and many other manufacturers.
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NOVAR Technologies is a division of Opulens Corp., dedicated to developing technologies for the optical industry in particular and vision science in general.
Our Company provides services and solutions to independent freeform laboratories and ECPs on a global scale, present in over 30 countries.
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