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May 2022 Resources

IOT Free-Form Insights Part 25

IOT Intelligence is the technology and innovation that powers the Camber lens excellence, from the unique variable curve front surface of the Camber blank to the strict lab enablement process.
April 2022 Resources

IOT Free-Form Insights Part 24

This article is the third in a series of articles from Tina Lahti, VP of sales and marketing for IOT, and a longtime optician and industry educator. Tina shares informative tidbits from her course “What Your Lab Wishes You Knew.”

This article reviews the effects of lens decentration on lens thickness. To examine the contribution of decentration relative to lens edge thickness, we started with a control job. How much does decentration matter? A lot.
April 2022 Resources

Many Seniors Miss Out on Assistive Apps for Low Vision

From Review of Optometry

Patients with low vision impairment can find it difficult to navigate mobile devices without accessibility features. Despite there being dozens of downloadable apps available as visual assistive aids, authors of a recent article published in Optometry and Vision Science determined that the population of visually impaired individuals most in need of these tools—adults over age 55—aren’t taking advantage. Explaining the value of these aids to low vision patients could help increase rates of usage.
March 2022 Resources

IOT Free-Form Insights Part 23

IOT Intelligence is the technology and innovation that powers the Camber lens excellence, from the unique variable curve front surface of the Camber blank to the strict lab enablement process. Let’s review the many technologies that result in the unique Camber lens. Camber Variable Base Curve: The Camber variable base curve blank improves the front surface profile that delivers each viewing zone a base curve matched to its function. The width of undistorted near vision is a major improvement over single vision front freeform progressive designs.
March 2022 Resources

Breakthroughs in Contact Lens Technology

“The proof of the pudding is in the tasting” is an adage meaning that to determine success, put it to the test. While a lens design is impressive in theory, it must be put to the test with actual wearers with real-life use to be validated.