And so we move forward, on to part three of my groundbreaking series on blue blocking lenses, a collection of thoughts and observations that will sure to become part of optical lore and studied by apprentice opticians years down the road...
Dispensing with the niceties (haha, optical pun!) of a long-winded, winding and witty introduction, I’m just going to get right on to it. After all, we all know why we’re here: This is the Blue Blocker crucible, where lenses are ground down and only the truth remains.
This article is about how anti-reflection coating reduces reflections from eyeglass lenses. But before we go there let's ask a more fundamental question: Why does glass reflect in the first place, after all, isn't glass supposed to be transparent?
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