1. The range of illumination levels eyeglass wearers can potentially be exposed to in a day is
2. ZEISS PhotoFusion X blocks ___% more potentially harmful blue light indoors compared to a well-known photochromic brand's latest generation.
3. Indoors, PhotoFusion X provides ground-breaking transition speed. PhotoFusion X Grey is up to ___times faster to clear than the same well-known brand's latest generation grey, while being 11% darker when activated.
4. PhotoFusion X Brown is up to ___ times faster to clear than a well-known brands latest generation brown while it is up to 10% faster than the recent upgrade of PhotoFusion Brown with a similar warm color hue.
5. Indoors, PhotoFusion X provides excellent clarity while blocking up to __% of potentially harmful blue light.
6. How many color choices are available in ZEISS PhotoFusion X lenses?
7. ZEISS PhotoFusion X lenses provide sunglass-level protection, in both the clear and activated states from:
8. Outdoors, ZEISS PhotoFusion X lenses are performance-optimized photochromic lenses that provide glare and:
9. What is the name of the independent ophthalmic lens testing company in the USA, to measure the photochromic properties of PhotoFusion X lenses and compare them to the latest lenses from other brands?
10. Online search data shows that patients are increasingly interested in blue light glasses. Google searches for blue light glasses have increased _____ _____in two years.
11. For many consumers, quick clearing indoors is the most important feature in photochromic lenses, while 33% rated it important , 57% rated it:
12. PhotoFusion X is faster to _____ than the latest generation of today's most common photochromic brand, and significantly faster than previous PhotoFusion lenses.
13. The base lens material, used for ZEISS PhotoFusion X which provides excellent blue light protection in any environment, is called:
14. ZEISS PhotoFusion X lenses provide excellent indoor clarity, with up to 95% transmittance when combined with:
15. The photochromic layer of PhotoFusion X is embedded on a UV & Blue Light blocking substrate protected by a:
16. ZEISS introduced this simple metric because there is no industry standard to quantify blue light blocking from screens in spectacle lenses.
17. ZEISS PhotoFusion X provides its highest blue light protection when outdoors and fully activated. When fully activated outdoors, the lens blocks up to ___% of blue light
18. PhotoFusion X lenses provide the same UV blocking properties as premium sunglasses which blocks up to ___ nm.
19. When moving outdoors from a comfortably illuminated indoor environment, eyes must adapt to illumination up to 100 times higher. This sudden increase in illumination is perceived as:
20. The latest ISO blue light report (ISO/ TR20772:2018) notes that blue light up to ___nm delivers the most significant phototoxic risk to the retinal pigment epithelium. The report suggests minimizing blue light up to ___nm and maximizing longer wavelengths to avoid interfering with the circadian rhythm and other functions.
21. In questions 21-23 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?
24. How were you directed to this course?
25. Please describe the office in which you work.